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Rocking the Earth Day Vote: District 19, Part 1

Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? — Mark 7:16

In the interest of following the money… 645 more words

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Independent Wins Special Election in Arlington County

ARLINGTON, Va. — For the first time since 1999, a non-Democrat will serve on the Arlington County Board.

Independent candidate John Vihstadt defeated Democrat Alan Howze in a special election Tuesday to replace Chris Zimmerman, who stepped down earlier this year. 145 more words

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The Daily Takedown:: Jackson Voters Go To Polls Today

The day has finally arrived and Jackson voters are eager to get to the polls to cast their vote for the next mayor of Jackson. After the unfortunate and untimely passing of former mayor Chokwe Lumumba, a special election was organized. 155 more words

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Quick Pick || Vote "YES" Paige Kreegel on Florida's Congressional District 19 Special Election | James Pat Guerréro

Quick Pick || Vote “YES” Paige Kreegel on Florida’s Congressional District 19 Special Election.

Paige Kreegel is a Republican candidate in the primary special election on April 22, 2014.   31 more words

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Procedural Error Hinders Four Republicans Seeking Congressional Seat In South Jersey

By David Madden

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Republicans who seek to replace former South Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews on Capitol Hill have made what could be construed as a major procedural mistake. 133 more words

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Final Thoughts on an Historic but Flawed PA Special Election

Pennsylvania’s March 18th special election to fill the 28th district senate seat vacated by the resignation of Senator Mike Waugh only lacked normalcy.  Everything about it was wrapped in controversy, suspicion, confusion, arrogance, and incompetence, ultimately producing a profoundly surprising historic outcome, as Tea Party outsider and Republican unnominated, Scott Wagner, won an unprecedented write-in victory helped, in no small way, by public disgust over vicious attack ads directed at him by the GOP establishment.  979 more words

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Activist, Entertainer, and Federal Convict NA Poe Accepts Libertarian Nomination for Philly City Council

At a convening of the Libertarian Party of Philadelphia last night at Abbaye bar in Northern Liberties, members officially nominated Richard Tamaccio, known as N.A. Poe, as their candidate in the May 20th special election for Philadelphia City Councilman-At-Large. 273 more words

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