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  • New Term, Familiar Challenges for Barack Obama

    New Term, Familiar Challenges for Barack Obama
    Washington -- Democrats are collecting spoils beyond what many predicted, Republicans are licking wounds after a bruising battle, and the country is waking up to the mix of euphoric celebration and bitter disappointment that accompanies the long-awaited...
  • How to fix the Electoral College

    Ohio, Virginia, Florida: If you don't live in one of these or a few other "battleground" states, you may feel disenfranchised in U.S. presidential elections. As a Marylander, no major party candidate competes for your vote — even if the nationwide...
  • O.C. voter turnout far behind 2008, but mail-in ballots up

    O.C. voter turnout far behind 2008, but mail-in ballots up
    Just over 19% of registered Orange County voters had cast ballots by 3 p.m. Tuesday, a notable drop from the 2008 elections, county officials said. Four years ago, about 35% of the registered voters had voted by 3 p.m. An increase in vote-by-mail ballots...
  • Obama Takes Key Battlegrounds to Win Re-election

    Obama Takes Key Battlegrounds to Win Re-election
    President Barack Obama rode a wave of broad support from minorities, women and moderates to win re-election Tuesday by defeating Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Democratic strongholds and key battleground states. According to CNN projections,...
  • Obama supporters savoring re-election

    Obama supporters savoring re-election
    President Obama's supporters are savoring his re-election Wednesday. The president won another four years at the White House after he defeated Mitt Romney on Tuesday. Obama won at least 303 Electoral College votes; 33 more than was needed   In...
  • The Electoral College is immoral

    Regardless of Election Day's results, it's time to call the Electoral College what it truly is — immoral. Obtaining equal voting rights has been a struggle in the United States since our inception. We immorally excluded women and entire ethnicities....
  • Is Connecticut In Play Politically?

    Is Connecticut In Play Politically?
    State Republican Party Chairman Jerry Labriola is doubtless too optimistic in trying to persuade national party officials that Connecticut will be a battleground state between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in November — that the Electoral College...
  • Marylanders head elsewhere to drum up votes

    Marylanders head elsewhere to drum up votes
    With primary battles settled, the conventions over and the general election less than two months away, Democrats and Republicans now turn to the end game: reaching out to persuade the few remaining undecided voters that their nominee is the one to solve...
  • Conservatives: Move to swing states

    I am a subscriber and read The Sun every day, and I force myself to review The Sun's editorials and commentaries. I do this to stay informed about the oppressive activities of the ever present liberal government leadership in this beautiful state. Two...
  • Interactive play spices up history in "Meet the U.S. Presidents"

    Interactive play spices up history in "Meet the U.S. Presidents"
    Did your history classes feel a lot like the Charlie Brown teacher talking when you were in school? A group of actors with Interactive Theater have spiced up history by putting it into an interactive play called "Meet the U.S. Presidents." "The play...
  • Take your Mitts off, Governor Romney

    Take your Mitts off, Governor Romney
    There are just a few short weeks until the presidential election and most polls show a tight race nationally. While the mainstream news media is declaring President Obama significantly ahead in swing state polls, some analysts like Dick Morris of Fox News...