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July ~ Election Year 1852

Frederick Douglass, former slave, calls into question the American vision in a dramatic Fourth of July speech. President Fillmore is busy, including having to deal with a leak to the press. 2,397 more words

American Women

Manual voting keeps adding reasons for replacement

After the Spanish general elections of June 26th, the European country has seen how widespread suspicions about its voting system encouraged criticism from the electorate, and even how some of those critics about the nation’s manual voting went viral. 535 more words

Electronic Voting

Preparing for President Trump

This week Donald J. Trump was formally declared to be the Republican nominee for President of the United States. In his acceptance speech Trump capitalized on fear, presenting a dystopian view of America, and blaming blacks, Hispanic migrants, Muslims, and foreign actors for America’s woes. 733 more words


Tax reform and pension issues top of mind for both parties in state House

UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Looking ahead to the 2017 session of the General Assembly, lawmakers from both sides of the aisle sat down with the Kentucky Chamber at the 2016 Business Summit and Annual Meeting to discuss the fall elections and where they believe control of the House will stand as well as the main issues they feel are most important to the commonwealth. 833 more words

Kentucky Competitiveness

Winners and Losers: GOP Convention Night Three

Last night was the third night of the GOP Convention in Cleveland. Without further ado, and hoping that we avoid any technical difficulties, let’s dive right in: 1,088 more words


Winners and Losers: Day Two of the GOP Convention

It was the second night of the GOP Convention in Cleveland. Donald Trump became the official nominee of the Republican Party and received over 1,700 delegates on the convention floor. 1,211 more words


Forest Gate North results

Newly-elected Anamul Islam joins his fellow councillors

The results of yesterday’s by-election in Forest Gate North have been announced: 195 more words