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Memorable Stories: Election Night & Time Capsules!

As I said in my last post, I’m starting the first few posts on this blog by reflecting on past stories I’ve already written.

This is for two reasons–I want to catalog my material, and well, this semester I’m writing less and more learning about the digital package aspects of journalism. 487 more words


Inside the ABC on State Election Night 2015

On Saturday the 31st January 2015, Queenslanders removed the Newman State Government after a single term in office. While it’s always a shock to see a first-term government elected only to be kicked out within a span of three years, what made it all the more astonishing was the scale of the turnaround. 1,403 more words

MAP: Austin mayor's race results

Red precincts indicate an Adler win, Blue precincts indicate a Martinez win and gray precincts indicate a tie.

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Source: Travis County Clerk’s Office


Austin's new city council at a glance

AUSTIN (KXAN) – For the first time Austinites will be represented by council members elected from geographic districts, KXAN political reporter Phil Prazan breaks down the make up of the new council.


Sister: District 3 election "breaks my heart"

AUSTIN (KXAN) – The brother of  the East Austin family feud for District 3 declared victory. “Pio” Renteria defeated his sister, longtime environmental activist Susana Almanza, Tuesday.  86 more words


Austin's western council districts coming down to party

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Many voters consider themselves “independent thinkers” that choose candidates based on the issues. But researchers in Austin found more and more, voters are simply choosing one party or another. 274 more words