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Let the spin begin

William Rasmussen, Deputy Mayor of Berlin, Connecticut

Letter to the Editor, published June 8, 2015, The Berlin Citizen

“Deputy Mayor Bill Rasmussen, almost certainly nervous about November’s municipal elections, needed an early start in spinning the excuse(s) why he and his comrades disrespected your referendum vote, yet again. 271 more words

Berlin Connecticut

Top Stories of 2014

Many social media experts credit CONSERVATIVE social media for the red landslide 2014 Election.  We agree.  The #RedNationRising hashtag made 1 BILLION social media impressions in November (amazing!), the month of perhaps the most important election of our time.   889 more words

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Connecticut voter turnout was nearly 56 percent

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut officials report that nearly 56 percent of registered voters turned out for the November election.

Secretary of the State Denise Merrill says turnout was a “respectable” 55.6 percent and that nearly 14,000 new voters cast ballots using election-day registration, which was available for the first time in a statewide election. 92 more words


Ose Concedes in Expensive Congressional Race


Republican Doug Ose has conceded in the race for California’s 7th Congressional District, the most expensive congressional race in the country this election.

“Let me begin by saying that I celebrate the fact that our institutions and our laws provide us a system whereby elections can be peacefully resolved.   307 more words


Long concedes in race against Mautino

The wait is over in the race the 76th State Legislative District. Two weeks and a day after the November 4 election, Republican Jerry Long of Streator has conceded to Democrat Frank Mautino, the incumbent.  39 more words