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Legislature reaches a deal on higher campaign-contribution limits, preserves major loophole for partiesTallahassee Bureau ChiefTALLAHASSEE -- Florida lawmakers have agreed to dramatically boost the cash state candidates can raise for elections as part of a broader ethics and elections reform that eliminates some political slush funds politicians have used to support their "fillet...
Here’s a regularly occurring “Hereabouts” column from April 19, 1973, by Robert T. Baughman. “Hereabouts” rounded up tidbits of opinion and conversations from around Lincoln County and turned it all into an enjoyable...
When the General Assembly created a commission to study Maryland's campaign finance laws two years ago it was difficult to tell whether the effort would lead to much. Certainly, the need for reform was there, but even given how Democrats have been...
Official sample ballots for Los Angeles' May 21 election will be available April 22, a little less than two weeks from now. Voters who just want to get the whole thing over with — and let's be frank, don't we all? — can actually vote by mail...
Tags: Political Fundraising, Politics, Elections, Voting
WSBT-TVStay with precincts or switch to vote centers? It's a question that Indiana counties will have to decide but they are getting some help from the state in the form of information. The Indiana Secretary of State held a regional meeting on vote...
Tags: Local Elections, Politics, Elections, Polls, Voting
A bill to kill cross-endorsements is self-interested legislation that should be rejected. Cross-endorsement gives voters more choices, stirs greater interest in the election and has introduced new issues to the political debate. On Friday, however,...
Tags: Government, U.S. Supreme Court, Politics, Elections, Voting
Frank Warecke was a girls basketball coach at Abbott Tech High School in Danbury when, in 2003, he was arrested and eventually convicted on charges of having sex with a student. After serving two years in prison, Warecke relocated to Bethany and got...
Voters born in California are less likely to participate in the state’s elections than voters born elsewhere who now live in the Golden State, according to a report by Political Data Inc. that surprised its author. Some 73% of California-born...
The Supreme Court will hold a hearing Friday, in Lepak vs. City of Irving, to decide if it will take a case on whether the principle of "one person, one vote" should be clarified to allow the exclusion of noncitizens. "One person, one vote" was...
Tags: Immigration, Slavery, Local Government, Migration, Politics
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERThe Somerset County Elections Board on Tuesday rejected the nominating petition of Michael Sayler, a Democrat who was running for Lincoln Township auditor. The petition included the required signatures from 10 registered Democrats. But the circulator...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Advocates seeking to overturn a new state law that could lead to wolf hunting in Michigan said Tuesday they had collected more than enough petition signatures to require a statewide referendum. If state election...
Tinley Park elections are typically pretty tame affairs. Incumbents often face no opposition, and they tend to stick around a long time. But a slate of newcomers is challenging long-term incumbents Mayor Ed Zabrocki, Clerk Pat Rea — each having...
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