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Elections

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  • Municipal Elections 2015: Millennials not at polls

    Municipal Elections 2015: Millennials not at polls
    Young voters proved they have power at the polls when they helped usher President Obama into office, but in Chicago they haven't flexed their voting muscle too much in local elections to pick a mayor or the aldermen who have the authority to do everything...
  • All eyes on Rubio as 2016 U.S. Senate talk begins

    All eyes on Rubio as 2016 U.S. Senate talk begins
    With less than two years to go before the election, Florida politicians are already pondering a run for the U.S. Senate in 2016. Many of the Democrats and all of the potential Republican candidates, however, will most likely wait to see what incumbent...
  • Coping with climate change

    Coping with climate change
    A recent letter to the editor points out that a solution to climate change is available that could be supported by Republicans ("Carbon fee is bipartisan solution to climate change," Jan 22). It's revenue-neutral (no new taxes), uses conservative, free-...
  • Oregon is now focus of campaign to expand background checks to include private gun sales

    Fresh off a victory in Washington state, a leading gun control group backed by billionaire Michael Bloomberg is hoping to make Oregon its next prize in a campaign to require gun sales to go through universal background checks. Everytown for Gun Safety...
  • Kerry in Nigeria met with main presidential candidates, condemned Boko Haram violence

    In a rare high-level visit to Africa's most populous country, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday urged Nigeria's leading presidential candidates to refrain from fomenting violence after next month's vote, and he condemned savage attacks by...
  • Attorney general nominee's race rhetoric gets new look

    WASHINGTON Federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch stood before a Baptist congregation and criticized a "morally lost" society where minorities were taking to the streets to protest injustice and police violence. "There is a poverty of spirit afflicting America...
  • Reid's eye surgery is a crucial moment in a long career

    WASHINGTON This is one of the most pivotal weeks in Harry Reid's personal life �� and his congressional career. How he handles Monday's complex surgery to rebuild a crushed orbital socket and remove pools of blood behind and in front of his...
  • Anti-austerity party tops election in Greece

    ATHENS Greeks revolted against five years of unrelenting austerity Sunday, placing the leftist anti-bailout party Syriza first in parliamentary elections. The opposition party was projected to win around 35 percent of the vote, falling short of an...
  • Don't let a false promise of voter turnout kill L.A.'s independent elections

    Don't let a false promise of voter turnout kill L.A.'s independent elections
    If two charter amendments headed to Los Angeles voters March 3 get approved, it will make it next to impossible for candidates who aren't party insiders, or the darlings of labor or business interests, to run for and win city office in L.A. Charter...
  • Conservatives in Iowa resist Bush, Romney

    DES MOINES, Iowa Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney face big trouble in Iowa influential conservatives have had enough of them. Disdain for the party's center-right powerhouses, who are both considering seeking the 2016 Republican presidential nominations, could...
  • Greek radical left wins election, threatening market turmoil

    Greek radical left wins election, threatening market turmoil
    A radical left-wing party vowing to end Greece's painful austerity program won a historic victory in Sunday's parliamentary elections, setting up a showdown with the country's international creditors that could shake the eurozone. Alexis Tsipras, leader...