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Abia schedules LG election on Christmas Eve, candidates reject date

The state’s Independent Electoral Commission (ABSIEC), recently announced that while the main poll will hold on Saturday 17 December 2016 and the results announced the next day being Sunday, a possible run-off would follow a day to Christmas Day, which is 24th December, popularly called Christmas Eve. 157 more words


Behind The Numbers: CNU pollsters prepare presidential poll

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) — Pollsters at Christopher Newport University will release the results of a statewide presidential survey Monday, which will show where the two candidates stand with Virginia voters ahead of November’s election. 340 more words

Local News

Subverting the democratic will of voters?

Is telling voters who they should vote for ‘subverting the democratic will of voters’? Wellington mayoral candidate Nick Leggett thinks so, or he thinks that saying so will attract a bit of attention and a few votes. 377 more words


Dear Never Trumpers

by Doug Giles

DEAR NEVER TRUMPERS: You Don’t Want To Read THIS Post – It Would Be TOO Much For You

Have you SEEN the list of grievances against our nominee? 699 more words

Political Commentary

"Mirrors": Clinton's New TV Ad

“Is this the president we want for our daughters?”

This is a question that Hillary Clinton’s campaign is asking voters about the possible Donald Trump presidency in a new TV ad airing today (9/23). 246 more words


In dramatic reversal, Cruz to vote for Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ted Cruz announced Friday he will vote for Donald Trump, a dramatic about-face for the Texas senator who previously called the New York businessman a “pathological liar” and “utterly amoral.” 664 more words


Ondo 2016: Crisis brews in APC as candidates blast Oyegun, reject Akeredolu

Candidates of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the September 3 Ondo governorship primary, have condemned the party’s leadership for upholding the election of Rotimi Akeredolu as its flag bearer in the next governorship election. 326 more words