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  • If heritage, not hate, send flag to museum

    If heritage, not hate, send flag to museum
    It is long past time for South Carolina to retire the Confederate flag to a museum. Flying it in front of the Capitol is flaunting it, not honoring the state's history. This would be true, even if the ghastly events in Charleston had not happened, or...
  • Fasano To Malloy: Tell Democrats To Comply With Subpoena For Campaign Documents

    Fasano To Malloy: Tell Democrats To Comply With Subpoena For Campaign Documents
    Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano called on the governor Friday to order the release of subpoenaed documents concerning his 2014 re-election campaign that the state Democratic Party has refused to turn over to the State Elections Enforcement Commission....
  • Lake Station schools eye November referendum

    Lake Station schools eye November referendum
    Lake Station taxpayers will be asked to support a substantial property tax increase to sustain the cash-strapped Lake Station Community Schools. The school board unanimously voted Thursday to place a seven-year $7.51 million referendum question on the...
  • Herring hires outside counsel for Virginia voter ID case

    Herring hires outside counsel for Virginia voter ID case
     Attorney General Mark Herring will outsource the legal defense of the state's voter ID laws and other election practices, Herring's office announced Friday afternoon. The move allows Herring, a Democrat who voted against voter ID when he was in the...
  • City Councilor Mullins draws a challenger for November election

    The City of Clermont Election Qualifying closed at noon today for City Council Seats 2 and 4, offering one incumbent a free ride, and a second one now facing opposition. Councilor Ray Goodgame is running unopposed in his bid for another term...
  • Kloppenburg, Donald plan runs for Wisconsin Supreme Court

    State Appeals Court Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg and Milwaukee County Circuit Judge M. Joseph Donald both said Friday they intend to run for the Wisconsin Supreme Court next year. Kloppenburg, 61, who was elected to the state appeals court in 2012, announced...
  • Democrats Try To Dodge Campaign Spending Limits, Probe

    Democrats Try To Dodge Campaign Spending Limits, Probe
    The Democratic Party is taking the low ground in defying a State Elections Enforcement Commission subpoena to turn over records on Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election campaign. The SEEC is investigating a complaint by the state GOP chairman. He...
  • Another top Canadian minister says he's leaving politics

    Another prominent member of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government will not seek re-election in Parliament in October. It's a blow to the Conservatives, who have been in power since 2006. Industry Minister James Moore made the announcement...
  • Third candidate signs up to run for Andy Gardiner's Senate seat

    Third candidate signs up to run for Andy Gardiner's Senate seat
    With Senate President Andy Gardiner facing term limits next year, Merritt Island Republican Chuck Sheridan opened a campaign account this week to seek to replace him, according to the state Division of Elections website. Sheridan became the third...
  • Decades before Rachel Dolezal, there was Mark Stebbins in a Stockton scandal

    Decades before Rachel Dolezal, there was Mark Stebbins in a Stockton scandal
    Rachel Dolezal's story is not new. This has all happened before — three decades ago, in an epic city council battle in California that has long faded from public memory. A light-skinned public figure who claimed to be black turned out to have...
  • Western Illinois state senator won't seek re-election

    Illinois state Sen. John Sullivan says he won't seek re-election. Sullivan has represented the Illinois Senate's 47th District for 14 years. He tells The Rushville Democrat tells The Quincy Herald-Whig (http://bit.ly/1LntHBf ) he won't run in the 2016...