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  • Shellenberger touts Brown's work on domestic violence in new radio ad

    Shellenberger touts Brown's work on domestic violence in new radio ad
    Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger is featured in a new radio ad supporting Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's gubernatorial run, as Democrats try to win over county voters in the final stretch before Election Day. The ad, paid for by the...
  • Undercover French politicians sample 'real life' for TV show

    PARIS (Reuters) - Eight French politicians will disguise themselves as citizens struggling with real-world problems in a TV show aimed at narrowing the gap between France's often remote political elite and the public they are elected to serve. But "Mr...
  • Rauner, Quinn pile up campaign cash from business, labor

    Rauner, Quinn pile up campaign cash from business, labor
    Republican Bruce Rauner and Democrat Pat Quinn are on pace to spend more than $100 million on the Illinois governor's race, doubling the state's previous record in a closely watched contest featuring heavy investment by business and labor. As of...
  • L.A. officials to consider ballot measures to change election years

    L.A. officials to consider ballot measures to change election years
    Can changing when Los Angeles votes reverse a long-term decline in turnout? Los Angeles lawmakers Friday are set to consider letting voters decide whether city elections should be moved to even-numbered years. The City Council has asked its lawyers to...
  • Dirty tricks show how Brown would govern if elected

    Dirty tricks show how Brown would govern if elected
    In re-reading your less-than-enthusiastic endorsement of Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor, I was shocked by your claim that "Mr. Brown is well versed in all aspects of state government," coming as it did after an earlier passage in which you pointed...
  • A voter guide to California's boring but important ballot propositions

    A voter guide to California's boring but important ballot propositions
    — Six state propositions are on the ballot and none are sexy. All are snoozers. But each is significant. Some, in fact, are game-changers. Why else would the medical profession and insurance companies be spending well over $100 million to beat...
  • What Hogan and the GOP have going against them in 2014

    What Hogan and the GOP have going against them in 2014
    I support your endorsement of Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor ("Brown for governor," Oct. 25). Despite Mr. Brown's disappointing campaign, I understand why you can't endorse a Republican because it's for the same reason I can't vote for one. I...
  • Republicans use scandal in fight for Ron Calderon's Senate seat

    Republicans use scandal in fight for Ron Calderon's Senate seat
    Even with indicted lawmaker Ronald S. Calderon unable to seek reelection, the scandal enveloping the Democratic state senator has rubbed off on the campaign to replace him. The candidates, former Democratic Assemblyman Tony Mendoza and Republican...
  • Midterm elections' impact on U.S. energy, environment agenda

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The 2014 U.S. mid-term elections could shake up Congress in the midst of two major transformations in energy and environmental policy. A boom in the production of shale oil and gas has turned the United States into an energy...
  • Record five black women seek state offices in Georgia, showing shift

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - Five black women are on the November ballot for statewide offices in Georgia, a record in a state that just 11 years ago featured a Confederate battle emblem on its flag. The candidates, all Democrats, have come to be known as the...
  • Advocates worry Obama may scale back or delay immigration action

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Immigration activists close to the White House worry that President Barack Obama could delay or scale back executive actions on immigration that he has promised to take before the year ends. Advocates have pressed the Obama...