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Vote for Change on Tuesday

Before you vote next Tuesday, think about voting for change. Make those incumbents earn their seats. Give a kick in the nose to gerrymandering.

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Pre-and-post Election To-do List

You’ve reminded them to register, encouraged them to vote early, and talked to them about the importance of participating in the upcoming election. Now what? 240 more words


Tsongas, Wofford spar in Devens Debate

Tsongas, Wofford spar in Devens debate

Lowell Sun Online, 10/28/2014 03:06:35 PM EDT

By: Amelia Pak-Harvey

DEVENS – Squaring off in their second debate, U.S. Rep.

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Flagstaff Council Considers Changes To The City Charter

By Elisha Dorfsmith

At tonight’s Flagstaff City Council work session, the council was introduced to a long list of proposed changes to the City Charter that were recommended after several months of work by a Charter Review Committee. 243 more words

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BOS Candidates give their Takes on Town Issues

Nashoba Publishing Online, Posted: 10/24/2014 07:31:48 AM EDT

By: M.E. Jones, Correspondent

HARVARD — Deborah Thomson and Kenneth Swanton are the two candidates vying for a vacant seat on the Board of Selectmen in the Nov.

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The Last Straw for Garden Grove Fire Chief

Garden Grove Firefighters’ unanimous vote of “No Confidence” in their former police chief, Dave Barlag, was prompted by the hiring of Jeremy Broadwater, the son of Garden Grove Mayor Bruce Broadwater, according to a… 77 more words

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Differently-abled leaders challenge elected officals

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — They say to really know a man you should walk a mile in his shoes.

On Thursday, members of Savannah’s differently-abled community dared their elected officials to “Adopt a Disability” – not only for awareness, but with the goal to make Savannah more accessible. 347 more words

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