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11.6% women candidates more this time around

Elections 2014 is over and Women in Politics update their Facebook page congratulating the women involved in the elections this year.

Some interesting statistics.

Percentage of women candidates rose 11.6% from last elections.

Elections 2014

TUESDAY'S TRIBUTE TO HUNGRY AMERICAN SCHOOLCHILDREN

That Tuesday,  11-06-12,   gave us . . . .

A very important woman.

“Mich.-the-first-spouse-who-lives-in-our-wh-it*e-ho*use” has commanded that children be fed according to her image of what a good lunch should be. 293 more words

2012 America

Congratulations -ELISA, BRIAN, DAN and MARK

Brian Mannal is the latest candidate to get the Cape Cod Times endorsement. Despite ridiculous weekly mailings – efforts of big-money PACs organized to remove incumbents and insert their own candidates, the Cape Cod Times let the district know that he is the right man for the job. 111 more words

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Prop. 47 Would Redefine Some Crimes, Shorten Sentences

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Among the measures California voters will decide Nov. 4 is Proposition 47, which would redefine some criminal penalties and could shorten sentences. 439 more words

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Seeking a Different Way (Sermon for 10/19/2014)

Sermon for 10/19/2014

Guest Preacher at First Moravian Church in Greensboro, NC

Proper 24, Year A/19th Sunday After Pentecost

Isaiah 45:1-7; Matthew 22:15-22

“Seeing A Different Way” 1,637 more words

Matthew

Hillary Clinton urges Coloradans to support Udall, Hickenlooper & Romanoff

AURORA — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a 2016 presidential front-runner and the de-facto leader of a Democratic Party eager to distance itself from the current president, urged Coloradans to support the Democratic ticket during a rally here Tuesday afternoon. 480 more words

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Fliers promoting Democrat Kay Hagen use lynching imagery

Dawn McNair said she was surprised Sunday when her daughter pointed out the background on a political flier urging people to get out and vote. 38 more words

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