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To Candidacy and Beyond: Weeks Eleven and Twelve

Once again this is a combined post because I forgot to update again last weekend.

To be fair, I was all out of sorts ( = sad) because a bird flew into a window and died on my balcony. 471 more words

PhDing (in Doubt)

Hillary Clinton Losing Strength in New National Polling

Six weeks after setting her candidacy into high gear, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers are continuing to fall, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday. 359 more words

Jack reblogged this on Universal Journal Review.

To Candidacy and Beyond: Week Ten

I can’t believe it has been ten weeks since I started writing about my candidacy progress. A lot has changed in terms of what I’m thinking about my project and how I will see it come to fruition from the proposal. 359 more words

PhDing (in Doubt)

CPE Reflection on Loss and Grief: The Candidacy Process

The following is a reflection I had to write for CPE on Loss and Grief a couple weeks ago. I’m posting this here in hopes that by sharing my experience with candidacy so far, it may help someone else struggling through this process as well. 2,130 more words

Town Council Elections 2015, Candidate Michele Lindsey

It is with some disappointment that I am writing this, as I am announcing that I am not seeking a seat on the town council this election cycle for personal reasons. 863 more words

STEPHEN HAYES: Trump GOP Candidacy Blows Up

Weekly Standard — Refuses to Rule Out Third Party Bid

Ames, Iowa – Donald Trump confirmed two things during a stop in this central Iowa town Saturday: He has no class and he may well run as an independent when he does not win the Republican nomination. 58 more words

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Kinder to announce candidacy for governor

(KTVI) – Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder is ready to run for governor. The St. Louis County republican chairman told the Associated Press that Kinder plans to make the announcement Sunday. 29 more words

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