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N.H. Rep. Guinta apologizes for campaign finance violation

UPDATE: On Monday, Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte told WMUR-TV that she advised Guinta to resign. “If I were in his position that’s what I would do.” Guinta said he would not resign. 263 more words

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Federal Election Commission is failing miserably, chairwoman says

The harshest attacks on government typically come from the outside — from disgruntled citizens or opposition politicians, or wannabes seeking to replace those in power. Ann Ravel is different. 1,474 more words

The road to parity for women in politics: Follow the money

Political parties and organizations need to work much harder to recruit female candidates and ensure access to campaign cash to turn around the stubborn underrepresentation of women in elective office. 737 more words

Politics And Government

Wall Street Journal Op-Ed: Hillary’s Constitutional Aversion to Criticism

In this Wall Street Journal Op-Ed, former Federal Election Commission Chairmen, Donald F MeGahn II, examines the effort to rewrite the first amendment to limit political speech: 987 more words

Politics

Free And Fair Elections

2016 and yes Gertrude we have another election and it has turned into my unofficial day of elections……why not talk about the election process.

We hear all the time about this group or that bitching about the elections in some form or another…..either it is rigged for minorities or the guys are buying their wins……but all of this is just fodder for the media. 404 more words

Society

"A Perfect Cauldron Of Corruption": Campaign Finance Will Have To Be Addressed...Someday

When the Federal Elections Commission chair says that her department is “worse than dysfunctional,” that there will not be any enforcement of the rules, and other commissioners say that no one obeys the few rules that are left, it seems that should raise more than a few alarm bells, no? 348 more words

Politics

Connecticut man sentenced in campaign donation scam

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man who served as a conduit for a campaign donation from tobacco shop owners to Christopher Donovan’s 5th District congressional campaign has been sentenced to 13 months in prison. 115 more words

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