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email@example.comIt was a couple of hours before the polls closed on Tuesday afternoon, but some of the results in the area’s most intriguing races were already known to a class of Centre College students and their professor. For the second time in as many years, a...
AP Special CorrespondentWASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama rolled to re-election Tuesday night, vanquishing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney despite a weak economy that plagued his first term and put a crimp in the middle class dreams of millions. In victory, he...
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The Winchester SunElection officials expected a larger than usual turnout for today’s general election — and that has been the case at polls across the county — but officials say there have been only minor problems at a couple of precincts thus far. Many...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgVoters spurred by fiercely contested national, state and local elections raced to area polls today despite freezing early morning temperatures. Long lines of as many as 50 people in some places awaited poll workers before the doors opened at 6 a.m....
Clark County Clerk Anita Jones is predicting one of the largest voter turnouts in Clark County history Tuesday. Jones said she expects 73 percent of registered voters, or about 18,900 people, to cast their ballots. “I¿think the main draw, from...
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email@example.comThe headline Monday afternoon read, “Obama, Romney all tied up heading into debates,” this according to a CNN/ORC International poll. Polls are everywhere, it seems. I did a Google search of “2012 presidential election polls,” and...
100 years ago — 1912 The marriage of Ruby Lee Wilkerson and William E. Hobbs, which recently was solemnized, marked the closing chapter in a romantic meeting and courtship. Mr. Hobbs was a United States soldier en route to the Phillippine...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s too soon to tell whether it will make any difference in the election, but interest in Thursday’s already anticipated vice presidential debate was ratcheted up a notch by what political watchers and viewers scored as a decisive victory...
Centre CollegeIn keeping with what has become a student-faculty tradition, this summer, Jordan Shewmaker has stayed on campus at Centre College to work with Assistant Professor of Government Ben Knoll on a project assessing political attitudes at both the local and...
100 years ago — 1912 The last session of the Kentucky General Assembly has enacted a new law that will affect public places in all cities, including Danville, Junction City and Stanford. The law states that the use of the common drinking cup...
email@example.comVoters from several Boyle County precincts will cast ballots at a new location Tuesday — a move aimed at resolving parking problems and other issues — but low turnout may eliminate waiting at most polling places. Three precincts that voted...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Millennium Park, Transportation, Politics, Travel
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith a Democrat incumbent and a Republican field winnowed down to one real contender, today’s presidential primary will be largely a formality for many area voters. The real intrigue is who Mitt Romney, the likely Republican presidential nominee,...
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