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  • Visconti Shakes It Off, Heads To Foley Territory

    Visconti Shakes It Off, Heads To Foley Territory
    FAIRFIELD – With a little over a week left to go before the elections on Nov. 4th, petitioning candidate Joe Visconti finds himself under attack as some Republicans ramp up efforts to force him out of the governor's race. Earlier this month a...
  • Deadline to request mail ballot for November election is Tuesday

    Deadline to request mail ballot for November election is Tuesday
    Tuesday is the last day to request a mail ballot for the Nov. 4 general election. Registered voters can apply for a mail ballot through their county registrar's office; some of these offices offer the service online. An application also can be...
  • For Navajo Nation, candidate stirs questions about saving dying language

    For Navajo Nation, candidate stirs questions about saving dying language
    Navajo elder Jay Tsosie winces when he recalls those torturous classroom drills from his childhood. Back when the 77-year-old was a skinny, rambunctious schoolboy, teachers from the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs tried to exorcise a part of Tsosie...
  • Brown brings in $4.1 million over recent stretch, while GOP raises $770,000 for Hogan effort

    Brown brings in $4.1 million over recent stretch, while GOP raises $770,000 for Hogan effort
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown reported Friday that he has raised $4.1 million for his race over the last two months. The Brown campaign said that, together with the Maryland Democratic Party, it has about $900,000 in cash on hand...
  • Brown for governor

    Brown for governor
    During the last eight years, we largely supported Gov. Martin O’Malley’s policies and continue to believe they were the right ones for the times. But the state faces a new challenge today. A historic retrenchment of federal government spending...
  • Voters to consider special elections for mayor, county executives

    This election, Maryland voters are being asked to consider something fundamental to democracy: elections. Voters statewide will decide whether to approve an amendment to the Maryland Constitution that would allow local governments to hold a special...
  • Crime and race produce fact-free exchange during Florida debate

     Crime and race produce fact-free exchange during Florida debate
    Congratulations Florida. Our two candidates for governor moved from the political debacle forever known as "Fangate" to a more traditional slugfest of a debate in Jacksonville. The only thing missing from this week's exchange were the onstage security...
  • In Hallandale, Sanders, London

    In Hallandale, Sanders, London
    City Commission Seat 1: Anthony Sanders Voters in Hallandale Beach will see some familiar names on the Nov. 4 ballot, where six challengers are running for two City Commission seats. In Seat 1, four people are vying for office, including incumbent...
  • Time to change Dania Beach dais

    Time to change Dania Beach dais
    It's time for change on the Dania Beach City Commission. Four candidates — including incumbent Commissioner Bobbie Grace — are vying for two open seats. The stakes are high. The candidate who wins the most votes in the Nov. 4 election will...
  • Chris Smith campaigning to increase black voter turnout

    Chris Smith campaigning to increase black voter turnout
    Chris Smith isn’t on the ballot this year, but he’s campaigning as if he were. Operating out of a building on Sistrunk Boulevard in historically black northwest Fort Lauderdale, Smith is spearheading a multi-pronged effort to increase...
  • Hartford Educator Was A Polarizing Figure, But M.D. Fox's Legacy Endures

    Hartford Educator Was A Polarizing Figure, But M.D. Fox's Legacy Endures
    HARTFORD — In the early 1900s, a time when the city schools were divided into three locally run districts, there was one educator who became a lightning rod for them all: Michael D. Fox. Fox, the fiery superintendent of Hartford's Washington...