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Turnout light for Connecticut primary

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — State and local elections officials are reporting light turnout for Connecticut’s primary, where Republicans are choosing their gubernatorial nominee and voters from both major parties are picking their candidates for state legislative races. 115 more words



by Jason Bradley

13. That’s the low estimate on how many emails I’ve gotten to vote in today’s primary. I’ve gotten at least four from one single group. 346 more words

City Government

Online Tool Available To Find Connecticut Polls

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut voters can use an online tool to locate their polling place for this week’s primary.

The tool was developed by the Pew Center on the States’ Voting Information Project in partnership with Google and Microsoft. 113 more words


A Chicken In Every Pot!

I love primary elections. Especially the generous promises the candidates announce during their commercials.

Here in Arizona we have one candidate promising thousands of troops at the border, zero tolerance for illegal immigrants, lower taxes, a completely revamped health care system and she’s going to send the bill for all of it to Obama. 113 more words

Political Prostate

Kenneth Mahoney survives Democratic Primary for chance to retain District 9 County Commissioner seat

By Tony Wittkowski | Reporter | MLive – Muskegon Chronicle

MUSKEGON, MI — As several names of the winners for this year’s primaries began to scroll on the back wall in the Royal Room of Whitlow’s Forerunner, Kenneth Mahoney stood watching. 543 more words


Throw ALL the bums out - even your own

Psychology 101… (shamelessly plagiarized from an anonymous email I received)

If you start with a cage containing five monkeys, and inside the cage hang a banana on a string from the top, and then you place a set of stairs under the banana, before long a monkey will go to the stairs and climb toward the banana. 302 more words

News And Opinion

Conservatives bring all they have at convention; Canth, Pierce, and Sutherland prove their worth

In a lively convention (and their first, at that), the Conservative Party proved to every political force and analyst that they are not a “push-over party,” as some have said. 661 more words