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Up No one said it was going to happen quickly, but thumbs up for the movement on the I-75 connector project. As reported in this week’s edition, officials have identified eight possible “zones” that might be suitable routes for a new...
The Winchester SunCandidates hoping to run for state or local offices in the May 22 primary have until 4 p.m. Tuesday to file. In local elections, Clark County Clerk Anita Jones said, registered voters in Winchester will cast ballots in the non-partisan city commission...
Tuesday, the Lincoln County Fiscal Court approved the first reading of an ordinance that would realign the county's voting precincts to more evenly distribute voters in each district as required by state election laws. A committee worked with County Clerk...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJUNCTION CITY — A petition is circulating at local gas stations that seeks to legalize alcohol sales in Junction City, taking advantage of the city’s recent upgrade in classification. If the petition is certified by the county clerk and...
Clark County voters followed the majority of voters statewide Tuesday in re-electing Democrat Gov. Steve Beshear to a second term as he handily defeated Republican challenger David Williams. Clark County’s voter turnout surpassed expectations,...
A Kentucky governor’s race is usually a major political event, but judging by the few absentee ballots that have been cast, county and state election officials are expecting turnout to be light in Tuesday’s primary election. One reason is...
Tags: Kentucky, Agriculture, Voting, Government, Judges
email@example.comState election officials predicted 10 percent voter turnout or less today, and several Boyle County precincts saw fewer than 10 voters total during the first hour-and-a-half the polls were open. Low absentee voting indicated voters may be few and far...
Central Florida Political PulseThe Florida Democratic Party's past and present read like the Chicago Cubs' chronic woes in an analysis written by the Sun-Sentinel's Anthony Man: -- Despite having a sizable lead in voter registrations, they hold just 69 of 193 state and federal...
Tags: Executive Branch, Elections, Politics, Government, Bill Nelson
It goes against the grain to go against the grain, especially when government authorities are slapping journalists around. I have spent my entire adult life nurturing an adversarial relationship, often bitterly adversarial, with government. It is the...
Democrats are poisoning Illinois and Chicago. Maybe it's too obvious to state, but it isn't said often enough. Or barely at all. Democrats have locked up the city and the state. They have supermajorities in both houses of the Illinois legislature. The...
It would have been satisfying — or at least a minor consolation for a stinging defeat — had Democratic state Rep. Greg Harris of Chicago called for a vote Friday night in Springfield on his bill to legalize same-sex marriage. Satisfying in...
Tags: Same-Sex Marriage, Elections, Pat Quinn, Politics, Social Issues
Apr 18, 2013 |Story| Interior Journal
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Jan 26, 2012 |Story| Winchester Sun
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Jun 14, 2013 | Orlando Sentinel
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Jun 4, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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