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  • Jeanne Shaheen and Marty Walsh
    Marty Walsh Calls Scott Brown a "Phony" While Endorsing Jeanne Shaheen
    Hooksett, N.H. -- Boston Mayor Marty Walsh called Scott Brown a "phony" in an appearance at the headquarters of the New Hampshire AFL-CIO, where he endorsed U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen. Walsh served with Brown in the Senate of the...
  • Endorsements for Martin County commissioner candidates in District 2
    Endorsements for Martin County commissioner candidates in District 2
    An endorsement can be defined as giving approval or to sanction. In the upcoming general election on Nov. 4, both candidates for County Commissioner for District 2 in Martin County have been endorsed. The Incumbent, Republican Ed Fielding received...
  • Martin County’s ‘issues’ to consider when voting in 2014
    Martin County’s ‘issues’ to consider when voting in 2014
    On the 2014 mid-term election ballot there are two specific items/issues that the citizens of Martin must decide. One issue is the proposed One-Cent Sales Tax to Fund Reconstruction of existing Roads, Drainage and Bridges (Martin County voters are...
  • Carol Shea-Porter and constituents
    Carol Shea-Porter's Common Touch Shows She Cares for Her Constituents
    Manchester, N.H. - Carol Shea-Porter toured Manchester's famed social club circuit last night accompanied by former Manchester alderman Mike Lopez, Welfare Commissioner Paul Martineau and School Board members Kathy Staub and Katie Desrochers....
  • Bruce Rauner bullies Chicago Sun Times reporter exposed bullying of a female CEO
    Bruce Rauner bullies Chicago Sun Times reporter exposed bullying of a female CEO
    The same reporter that broke the story in theChicago Sun Timesof a "female" CEO thatBruce Raunerthreatened to "bury" and make her "radioactive," is now being bullied himself, along with another female, his wife. The...
  • Rick Scott and Charlie Crist’s second time around beginning
    Rick Scott and Charlie Crist’s second debate beginning
    A critique of the latest debate by Rick Scott and Charlie Crist was quite revealing. It is too bad that Rick Scott’s political antics took away valuable debate time, but on the other hand it made way for even his fellow Republicans to call...
  • new polls for election 2014
    New battleground polls bring good news for GOP
    With just under a month to go until this year’s midterm elections, a number of new polls released this week on Monday and Tuesday, October 12 and 13, bring encouraging news for Republicans. The new round of polling found Republicans leading...
  • Why Palm Beach County must vote yes for Referendum 2
    Why Palm Beach County must vote yes for Referendum 2
    The alarm is being heard throughout the cities of Palm Beach County and the urgency is at hand. Education is not bound or should not be bound by political limitations or hesitations on the part of the people to stand together united as one for the...
  • Romney ahead of Clinton in Iowa
    Romney ahead of Clinton in Iowa
    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has a slight lead over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a potential match for president in 2016, according to a Bloomberg/Des Moines Register poll released on Monday. The poll shows Romney with 44...
  • Ebola
    Democrat ad campaign lies about alleged GOP 'cuts' for Ebola research
    On Monday, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee announced advertisements claiming House Republicans cut funding for Ebola research while "protecting tax breaks for special interests." But there's only one problem, as the...
  • What is the Ebola Virus?
    What is the Ebola Virus?
    Recently, both national and international panic has ignited at the outbreak of the Ebola virus in the United States. The presence of such a rare virus in our country now has everyone worried- not to mention the Center for Disease Control and...
  •  Rick Scott:  To be or not to be re-elected?
    Rick Scott: To be or not to be re-elected?
    While surfing the internet (or just cruising along), one can find or stumble across some very interesting and revealing information such as the piece by Andrew Romano (Yahoo), entitled “The GOP is supposed to be closing in on a banner...
  • Why Bruce Rauner's assertion he will refuse paycheck as governor isn't true
    Why Bruce Rauner's assertion he will refuse paycheck as governor isn't true
    Illinois Republican gubernatorial nominee Bruce Rauner sometimes tries to come off as a "populist," a title that the incumbent Governor Pat Quinn owns. Throughout the campaign Rauner has been saying that he will refuse the salary of $177...
  • Bruno Moore ‘YES’ and Joe Negron ‘NO’
    Bruno Moore ‘YES’ and Joe Negron ‘NO’
    In a recent request for their input on the three amendments on the Nov. 4th ballot made to each of the candidates campaigning for the District 32 state senate seat, Bruno Moore the Democratic challenger responded ‘YES’ by supplying...
  • Bruce Rauner continues campaign of desperation donating to himself another $1.5M
    Bruce Rauner continues campaign of desperation donating to himself another $1.5M
    With a heads up from Rich Miller's Capitol Fax, Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner has made another generous donation of $1.5 million dollars to his own floundering and unraveling campaign. Miller reported today that an A...