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Officials predict low voter turnout for primary election

WICHITA, Kansas – The Sedgwick County Election Commissioner does not have high hope, and expect only about 10-percent of registered voters at the polls, or just over 20,000 ballots. 228 more words

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UCL Philosophy Society: Elections [19 March]

Event: UCL Philosophy Society Elections!

Date: 19th of March

Time: 18:30-20:00

On Thursday the 19th of March, the UCL Philosophy Society will be hosting the elections for next years Committee. 229 more words

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Is the Obama Administration Anti-Israel?

Politics, Prophecy & the Supernatural!

The current political landscape is in direct correlation to supernatural events that happened, in some cases, millennia ago. L. A. 1,850 more words

End Times

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Windsor police investigating recent city election

Windsor police are investigating alleged election irregularities at city hall and have obtained a court order barring the municipality from destroying voting records.

Last week, on the day the Ontario Municipal Elections Act requires that municipalities destroy election records, police sought an injunction to prevent anything from happening to local ballots. 418 more words

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KAYAKER IN COMA - NEW INFORMATION

The sudden surge of interest in the missing kayaker group has escalated even further today as it was revealed that the kayaker found in a coma is the son of Presidential candidate Morgan Leewood. 78 more words

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Leeds Trinity University hosts election debate

February the 27th  seen Leeds Trinity University become host of an election debate which seen five parliamentary candidates attend in an effort to win the seat in Leeds North West come the general election in May. 101 more words

Beyond the Binary @ National Student Pride: #VotePride

by Jade Fernandez

This is our two-part blog written about National Student Pride, held in the last week of February. Check out Jade’s coverage of the #VotePride debate and Beth’s thoughts on the… 1,753 more words