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Elections

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  • With social media tease, Wisconsin's Walker jumps into 2016

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a preacher's son who withstood a recall election spawned by his fight with public employee unions, is joining the crowded Republican presidential race, aides said on Thursday. Having spent the past several months traveling...
  • Prickly City: How Human Can She Go?

    Prickly City: How Human Can She Go?
    Polls show voters find Hunny Bunny to be 'not human enough'. She needs to rectify this if she wants to be a contender in the 2016 presidential election. What will she do about it?
  • Trust a big issue in race to replace scandal-plagued Schock

     Trust a big issue in race to replace scandal-plagued Schock
    The latest fallout of Aaron Schock's inglorious descent from up-and-coming politician to the subject of a federal grand jury investigation takes place Tuesday, when central Illinois primary voters will decide the nominees who will vie to replace the...
  • Hollywood, hedge fund heavies giving to Clinton super PAC

    New York hedge fund billionaire George Soros and Hollywood director Steven Spielberg are among the biggest donors to a super PAC backing Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential run, according to a super PAC official who spoke on condition of...
  • Scott Walker sees Iowa lead shrink in latest Quinnipiac poll

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker continues to lead prospective and declared 2016 Republican presidential candidates in Iowa, although his support is shrinking, a Quinnipiac University poll shows. In an election season where there will likely be at least 16...
  • Russian opposition leader campaigns against voter apathy

    Alexei Navalny, the opposition leader who organized massive street protests in Moscow against Vladimir Putin four years ago, had a much harder time drawing a big crowd in Siberia's largest city last month. Maybe it was the scorching heat of the short...
  • Russia's highest court OKs early parliamentary vote in 2016

    Russia's highest court has given the green light to holding next year's parliamentary vote several months earlier. Lawmakers in the Kremlin-controlled parliament in June gave tentative approval to a bill that would move up next year's vote by three...
  • America Ferrera thanks Donald Trump: He 'ignited a fire' in Latino voters

    America Ferrera thanks Donald Trump: He 'ignited a fire' in Latino voters
    America Ferrera isn't wasting her time chastising Donald Trump for his derogatory comments about Mexican immigrants. Instead, the Golden Globe winner is thanking him for it. The CEO faced a firestorm after when announcing his bid for the Republican...
  • Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon enters 2016 mayoral race

    Sheila Dixon, who became Baltimore's first black female mayor but resigned in disgrace after an embezzlement conviction, announced Wednesday that she is running to reclaim her old job — the first direct challenge to incumbent Stephanie Rawlings-...
  • Poll shows Catalan independence drive losing support

    A Catalan government opinion poll says most people would vote against having the region become independent from Spain. The Opinion Studies Center poll on Friday said 50 percent of possible voters it surveyed would reject independence while 42 percent...
  • Catholic leaders press GOP to heed pope on climate, poor

    Roman Catholic leaders in the early voting state of Iowa implored candidates for president Thursday to take up Pope Francis' call for "profound political courage" by focusing their campaigns as much on improving the environment and income inequality as...