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  • Kimberly Guilfoyle and young female voters: No to voting?
    Kimberly Guilfoyle young female voters: Fox News host says don't vote, no wisdom
    Kimberly Guilfoyle has a message for young female voters in the U.S., and it is a brief but harsh announcement: don’t vote if you don’t know what you are doing. The popular Fox News host and her fellow discussion mates were in the...
  • Turnip
    Dear political parties: No blood in turnips
    One American voter responded to the calling of his political party to make a donation of whatever he could afford, however suggesting sizable sums. The voter who had never made a donation to his party before felt the tug of allegiance and loyalty...
  •  Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R)
    Sarah Palin lays into 'maladroit feminists' like Tina Brown for enabling Obama
    When Tina Brown suggested that American women are turning away from President Obama because he makes them feel unsafe, the irony of the statement did not escape Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor, former vice presidential candidate, and current...
  • Will Harry Reid soon be out of work?
    Bob Just encourages voters strike among Democrats at midterm elections
    Bob Just calls Obama's disastrous leadership a wake-up call for Democrat PartyWith midterm elections looming and Barack Obama’s popularity spiraling down, Democrat candidates, particularly Senators who are about to lose their seats on...
  • After debate
    Rogue Valley elections have confusing elements
    The 2014 elections for the Rogue Valley seem to have voters in even more confusion than usual.As the media advertising gathers steam, the chances for voters to figure out the true picture disappears like a magician’s gesture! Is the measure...
  • Rhode Island votes
    Election 2014: On the ballot
    On Nov. 04, Rhode Island voters vote on the future of the state of Rhode Island. In addition to the congressional and local state elections, voters will decide on seven bond questions.These seven bond questions deal with issues ranging from...
  •  California governor Jerry Brown, 2014
    Redevelopment clean-up: Vista's Amanda Rigby still believes 'we could do better'
    Imagine what would happen in a sporting event or big game if the referees kept adding new rules and changing old ones.Most likely people involved would become outraged, there would be chaos brought to the game as coaches and their players wondered...
  • Sign outside Tactical Firearms
    Tex. gun store sign: 'I like my guns like Obama likes his voters - Undocumented'
    Tactical Firearms in Katy, Texas, is known locally for sparking intense debate, Houston's KTRK reported Sunday. According to KTRK, the store's current marquee reads: "'I like my guns like Obama likes his voters. Undocumented."...
  • Low information voters often help to elect unqualified candidates
    More about low information voters
    The term "low information voter" is used to describe people who vote in American elections, but know little or nothing about the candidates who are running–with the exception of what they are told by the liberal media. The phrase...
  • Obama's low approval rating could benefit GOP
    Republicans likely to gain control of Senate this November
    Republicans and some Libertarians will be pleased to know that registered voters currently have a strong preference for Republican candidates and the party overall. According to numerous polls, if midterm elections took place this week, the result...
  • Native Vote
    Why Alaska Natives and Native Americans will Turn-Out- To- Vote 2014 and 2016
    Why Alaska Natives and Native Americans will Turn-Out- To- Vote 2014 and 2016ByTerrance H. Booth, Sr. – Nishwilgun TsimshianRepublican Sequestration has done damage to all tribal programs with great budgetary reductions and has a distressing...
  • 2014 Primary election absentee voting ballots
    2014 primary election absentee voting ballots
    Any registered voter in Illinois may cast an absentee ballot by mail. Voters do not need a reason or excuse to vote absentee by mail. February 6, 2014 is the first day that civilian voters in the United States may apply to cast an absentee ballot...
  • San DIego election vote
    Take a vote Tuesday
    The Kevin Faulconer, David Alvarez election ticket stands up to the public vote until 8 pm Tuesday, February 11th. Polls open at 7 am.San Diegans can fill the candidate oval, and, do their civic work on settling the local who takes the mayor's...
  • All aboard voters because the 2014 Election Cycle is here!
    All aboard voters because the 2014 Election Cycle is here!
    As stated in chapter 2013-57, laws of Florida, signed on May 21, 2013, effective January 1, 2014, the 2014 election day dates are Primary Election: August 26, 2014 and General Election: November 4, 2014.Just as our students in schools, colleges...
  • Outdoor ad campaign launched to amend Constitution
    Outdoor ad campaign launched to amend Constitution
    The leader of the nationwide transit-based outdoor advertising campaign to end the government shutdown claimed victory on Tuesday at a press conference in a West Palm Beach law office saying that “We targeted millions of Americans who wanted...