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The Civic Process

I really mean to throw this letter out but it’s been bugging me. Shortly before the election I got one of those letters that tells you how often, according to public records, I’d voted in the elections and compared that to how often my neighbors had. 315 more words


Tunisians Vote in First Free Presidential Election

When Tunisians took to the polls on Sunday, Nov. 23, to elect a president of their choice in a genuine democratic election, a Carter Center team of more than 85 were on hand to observe the election process and report on its fairness. 301 more words


2014 Midterm Election Outcomes for the Environment

The 2014 midterm election results prompt some thought about the future of environmental policy in Congress. Republicans are less likely to advocate for environmental protection than Democrats. 340 more words


The Democratic Primaries Synopsis Episode 1: This Isn't 2008

Alternative Title:  The Webb Menace.

Even though the Republican field has a lot more noise going on, the Democratic field is the first one to develop.   465 more words


Largely Unknown CA Candidate Going to State Senate Partly out of Oddity of Top-Two System

“The provisional ballots are still being counted (no rush guys, seriously), but it sure looks like unknown Patty Lopez is going to defeat powerful incumbent State Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra. 283 more words

... and so, it ends.

On November 23rd, Ubar Grotto held its final stated meeting of 2014 with an excellent Convivial to wrap up a great  year of sympathy and good fellowship. 452 more words

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Ex-Akwa Ibom SSG, Umana, Set to Dump PDP for APC

Governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Akwa Ibom State, Umana Okon Umana, has concluded plans to defect to the opposition, All Progressives Congress (APC) PREMIUM TIMES reports. 477 more words