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Elections

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  • An electric Ferrari? Don't count on it

    At least that's what Ferrari president Luca di Montezemelo told Engadget in a recent interview. From Engadget:   Montezemelo said "You will never see a Ferrari electric because I don't believe in electric cars, because I don't think they represent an...
  • Personal, Political Artifacts At John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

    Personal, Political Artifacts At John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
    In honor of the recent election, DayTrippers takes a tour of the incredible John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, which houses a large collection of personal and political artifacts.  Situated on Boston's Columbia Point, the museum's...
  • Redevelopment ahead for Chicago's two coal plant sites

    When Chicago's last two coal plants shut down two years ago, residents who had lived amid the plants' pollution were still angry. "You killed my mother," one woman told the president of Midwest Generation, the coal plants' owner, at a hearing to...
  • County commissioners should face all voters

    County commissioners should face all voters
    In Broward and Palm Beach counties, political revenge needs a fighting chance. Last month, the Palm Beach County Commission ignored thousands of rural west-county residents who opposed Minto West, the supersized mini-city on a former citrus grove in The...
  • L.A. won't offer prizes to voters in next year's election

    L.A. won't offer prizes to voters in next year's election
    A controversial proposal to offer cash prizes to Los Angeles voters is dead – at least for next year’s city elections. Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson said this week that he wants more time to consider the idea of using money...
  • Sriracha, a water bond and other things for which we're thankful

    The nature of this page — of all editorial pages, really — is that much space is devoted to criticism, to identifying and illuminating the flaws of legislation or legislators, candidates or ideas. By way of respite, we like to devote our...
  • Puerto Rico threatened with transit shutdown in political spat

    Puerto Rico's public transit system will shut down on Monday if lawmakers do not increase a tax on oil, the U.S. commonwealth's Government Development Bank said, accusing politicians of taking an "irresponsible" gamble on the island's economy. The...
  • Taiwan vote tests waters for pro-China government ahead of presidential polls

    Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to choose city mayors and local councillors in a vote that will show how much support the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) has lost with its pro-China stance less than two years before a presidential election. The election...
  • It's Official: State Posts Final Results of 2014 Election

    It's Official: State Posts Final Results of 2014 Election
    Not that it's exactly a big surprise, but Connecticut's Secretary of the State Denise Merrill Wednesday officially pronounced Democrat Dannel Malloy the winner of the 2014 gubernatorial election. By law, Merrill's office is required to certify the...
  • Amended suit adds to dispute between school district and treasurer's office

    Amended suit adds to dispute between school district and treasurer's office
    An amended complaint seeking millions of dollars from Lyons Township High School District 204 offers more details about the payment process the scandal-tainted township school treasurer's office says the district failed to follow. The township office...
  • New Baltimore chief liquor inspector approved over Pratt's objections

    New Baltimore chief liquor inspector approved over Pratt's objections
    Baltimore's spending panel on Wednesday approved hiring a retired police officer as the city's new chief liquor inspector — over the objections of Comptroller Joan M. Pratt. The Board of Estimates, which is controlled by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-...