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Will Latinos be Heard This Election Season?

By: Vanessa Hornedo & Irvis Orozco
Hispanic Link News Service

WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 30 – As the Latino buy-in for political decision making grows, several state and congressional efforts have the potential to motivate the Latino voice. 610 more words

Analysis: 5 takeaways from the mayoral debate

The three candidates for Providence mayor – independent Vincent “Buddy” Cianci, Democrat Jorge Elorza and Republican Dan Harrop – met Tuesday night for their first live prime-time TV debate of the campaign. 941 more words


Ex-employee alleges ethics director (Caren Cafferata-Jenkins, who's running against corrupt Judge Chuck Weller in Department 11 in Washoe County Family Court) violated Nevada law

By Emerson Marcus, RGJ

A former Nevada Commission on Ethics investigator said he has filed a complaint with the Nevada Attorney General’s Office alleging the commission’s executive director broke the very laws she was appointed to enforce. 479 more words

Watch in full: Providence Mayoral Debate

Democrat Jorge Elorza, Republican Dan Harrop, and independent Buddy Cianci faced off in their first live televised debate on Sept. 30, 2014.


Roll Call

As promised here is the report on those individuals hoping to be elected to Parry Sound Council who attended this evening’s special open meeting of council to review the third quarter key performance objectives and listen to the 2015 budget preview. 60 more words

Parry Sound

Providence mayoral candidates spar in first TV debate

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – The three candidates for mayor of Providence promised to spur economic development, improve schools and add police officers during their first televised debate Tuesday, making the case that the city is plagued by poor finances and crime. 976 more words


A Real Race for Attorney General

Theoretically, we New Yorkers should be conversing among ourselves about the important choices that face us in the upcoming elections for statewide office, the State Legislature and Congress. 389 more words