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Independent Candidate Petitioners May Not Vote In March Party Primary

March 7th is the St. Louis City Primary Election for Mayor, Comptroller, and Aldermen of odd numbered wards, plus a special election for Alderman in 16th Ward. 378 more words

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On the Trail to Nowhere Pt. 1: Meeting the Boss

My coffee cooled as I restrained myself from taking another sip. Focus on the book Inna. It’s bad enough you got coffee without waiting for Colie. 2,271 more words

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Interested In Running For 7th Ward Alderman?

Next Monday, November 28th, filing begins for the March 7th St. Louis City Municipal Primary for the offices of Mayor, Comptroller, and Aldermen for odd numbered wards. 257 more words

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06 Podcast: National Popular Vote

The latest buzz in political activism is an old interstate compact called “National Popular Vote” that is gaining ground since the November 8th result became apparent. 21 more words

Election 2016

Leaving A Legacy

This year’s election has held me captive for three reasons. First I’ve been very unhappy with the changes I have witnessed in my country which seemed to snowball the past 8 years with the current president. 579 more words

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Peter Vazquez files lawsuit to protect the voice of the voter

#peoplefirst #togetherwecan New York voters of the 138th Assembly District should have known that Peter Vazquez would not let a three vote margin remain unchallenged. Vazquez has canvassed and campaigned for more than four years to ensure that the will of the people be heard in Albany and across New York State. 183 more words

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