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Elections

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  • Guess Who's Running Again? Everybody

    Guess Who's Running Again? Everybody
    5:59. 6:00. "Then put your little hand in mine; 'cause there ain't no hill or mountain we can't climb." Good morning. It's 2014. Tom Foley is running against Dan Malloy. Does that sound familiar? Rosa DeLauro is running for Congress. For the...
  • Macau to 're-elect' leader as democratic rumblings, mirroring Hong Kong, are stifled

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Macau chief executive Fernando Chui is widely expected to be "re-elected" on Sunday after the pro-China government stifled an unofficial referendum on democracy, taking a much harder line on the gambling hub than leaders have in...
  • Venezia: CM4RG rep says Weitzberg was squeezed out of race

    With the next Feet to the Fire Forum just around the corner for Costa Mesa council candidates, political rumblings are starting to surface. One place I hadn't expected to see crackling controversy is within Costa Mesans for Responsible Government, also...
  • Officials in Md., Va. investigate report that 164 voted in both states

    Officials in Md., Va. investigate report that 164 voted in both states
    The State Board of Elections has alerted the Office of the State Prosecutor to a report that 164 people voted in both Maryland and Virginia in the November 2012 presidential election, in violation of the law. Election officials confirmed Thursday that...
  • State high court nominee Cuellar sails through confirmation hearing

    Stanford law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, nominated by Gov. Jerry Brown for a seat on the California Supreme Court, sailed through his confirmation hearing Thursday after a state bar evaluating panel gave him its highest rating. Cuellar, 41,...
  • Quinn, Rauner trade barbs on IDOT, taxes

    Quinn, Rauner trade barbs on IDOT, taxes
    Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner took Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn to task Thursday for failing to dump all of the politically connected people hired as “staff assistants” at the Illinois Department of Transportation, saying the state...
  • 16 years later, council candidate Iseman still wants to listen

    16 years later, council candidate Iseman still wants to listen
    Another in a series of profiles of Laguna Beach City Council candidates. Toni Iseman didn't have political ambitions while forging a career in education, which included time as a counselor and career planning coordinator at Orange Coast College in Costa...
  • 12 things we learned from this week's elections

    12 things we learned from this week's elections
    Here are 12 lessons from this week's elections. Some inspiring. Some depressing. Some funny. 1. You people lie. I know it's harsh for me to start off with such an ugly statement. But it's true. You folks lie. You claim you're sick of the status quo....
  • Reporter's notebook: Parking structure, Village Entrance come up at forum

    Reporter's notebook: Parking structure, Village Entrance come up at forum
    Candidates for the Laguna Beach City Council tackled questions involving the Village Entrance Project, pedestrian safety, parking and ways to better communicate with the California Coastal Commission during the first public forum of the election season...
  • Feds Want To Block Potential Evidence Mistakenly Given to Rowland Defense

    NEW HAVEN – The U.S. Attorney's office was trying Thursday to block former Gov. John Rowland from using ┬áconfidential legal communications as part of his defense in his campaign fraud trial next week after learning that prosecutors inadvertently...
  • Democratic leaders say their party is unified behind Crist

    Democratic leaders say their party is unified behind Crist
    – They did everything but sing "Kumbaya" as the victors and the vanquished came together Thursday to profess their admiration and respect for one another — and pledge that Democrats would work together to defeat Republicans in November. If...