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Elections

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  • The Times' L.A. city election ballot endorsements

    The Times' L.A. city election ballot endorsements
    Voters in Los Angeles head to the polls Tuesday to answer a crucial question for local democracy: Should the city and the Los Angeles Unified School District, in an effort to increase voter participation, move their elections from March and May of odd-...
  • Nan Rich changes mind, will run for County Commission

    Nan Rich changes mind, will run for County Commission
    If things had gone Nan Rich's way, she'd be in the governor's mansion right now. Instead, she's reduced to setting her sights on a County Commission seat, something she said just months ago that she "absolutely'' wasn't interested in. Rich, a 73-year-...
  • Egypt court suspends legislative election after court ruling

    An Egyptian court suspended the country's upcoming parliamentary elections Tuesday, following an earlier Supreme Constitutional Court ruling deeming laws regulating the vote unconstitutional. The decision by Judge Yahia Dakrouri of the Administrative...
  • Voters said no, but clients send Ellyn Bogdanoff back to Tallahassee

    Voters said no, but clients send Ellyn Bogdanoff back to Tallahassee
    She won't be courted by lobbyists, voting on issues or shaping policy in the Florida Senate when the annual legislative session begins Tuesday. But Ellyn Bogdanoff is back on the scene in Tallahassee, helping to shape public policy, albeit with a...
  • Ben Carson launches 2016 exploratory committee

    Ben Carson, the retired pediatric neurosurgeon and conservative favorite,has formally created an exploratory committee for a potential presidential campaign. "If I believe I have your support and your commitment to help, I will run for president to...
  • Marketing Can't Put A Fresh Tiara On Hillary

    Marketing Can't Put A Fresh Tiara On Hillary
    Hillary Clinton has enlisted a Coca-Cola marketing whiz to help brand her expected presidential campaign. This is quintessential Clinton. The most politically savvy couple in America has a penchant for seeking out the latest shiny toy, a magic bullet to...
  • Obamacare case began when conservative lawyer saw possible flaw in law

    Obamacare case began when conservative lawyer saw possible flaw in law
    The case that comes before the Supreme Court on Wednesday with the potential to unravel President Obama's landmark healthcare law began in a conference room at the American Enterprise Institute, a few blocks from the White House and the K Street corridor....
  • General Public Wants To Restore Health, Education Cuts

    Speaker after speaker walked to the microphone on Tuesday evening at the state Capitol complex to ask legislators to restore education and health funds that are being cut in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget. With snow falling and 127 people...
  • Republican presidential hopefuls seek Florida support

    Republican presidential hopefuls seek Florida support
    Presidential hopefuls are making strategic forays into South Florida, hoping to prevent the state's favorite son Republicans from locking up all the money and support and position themselves if Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio falter. Wisconsin Gov. Scott...
  • O'Malley won't seek Mikulski's Senate seat

    O'Malley won't seek Mikulski's Senate seat
    Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Tuesday he will not run for Senate in 2016, taking himself out of what could be a messy Democratic primary race to replace retiring Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski. O'Malley, who is considering a run for president in...
  • Senate Democrats offer $580 million fund sweep, but GOP sees it as a stunt

    Senate Democrats offer $580 million fund sweep, but GOP sees it as a stunt
    Senate Democrats gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a plan that would sweep $580 million from special funds to help plug a gaping budget hole, a move Republicans decried as a political stunt that undermines negotiations with new GOP Gov. Bruce Rauner....