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  • Palm Beach County's 5 hottest political races

     
    Democrats and Republicans, political operatives and elected officials, Broward and Palm Beach county residents all agree: In the South Florida battleground of white-hot 2012 election contests, none is hotter than the showdown between two incumbent state...
  • Are you paying attention to Aug. 14 primary elections?

     
    There's a whole bunch of primary and local elections coming up on Aug. 14. Are you paying attention, and do you care? That's the question I have for voters. With the earliest summer primary ever set by the Florida Legislature,......
  • South Florida political leaders react to Ryan VP pick

     
    Republican and Democratic party leaders in Broward and Palm Beach counties alike were excited ??? though for far different reasons ??? Mitt Romney picking budget hawk Paul Ryan as his running mate. The Wisconsin Republican serves as House Budget Chairman....
  • Report: Foreign Automakers Got Raw Deal in New Fuel-Economy Rules

     
    Next Wednesday, expect the federal government to unveil final corporate average fuel economy rules for 2017 through 2025. The latest CAFE requirements took more than a year to finalize and will require combined EPA city/highway mileage in the high 30s.......
  • Palm Beach County Democrats hitting the road

     
    South Florida, the state???s Democratic stronghold, is sendingn a boatload of delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Busloads might be more accurate. One group of delegates from Florida???s East Coast is traveling by bus,...
  • Berger, Valeche join Vana on County Commission Nov. 20

     
    Two new faces and one incumbent selected by voters Tuesday night will officially take their place on the Palm Beach County Commission Nov. 20. That???s the day that Commissioner Shelley Vana will be sworn in for her second term and......
  • No early voting Sunday an insult to workers

     
    When the Florida Legislature reduced early voting to cut out the final Sunday before Election Day, some people argued that it was no big deal because there were still many ways to vote. But it is a big deal, especially......
  • South Florida voting in national spotlight again

     
    Uh oh. Here we go again. South Florida's voting woes are again in the national spotlight, and we haven't even gotten to Election Day itself. The controversy this time: Ridiculously long waits on the final day of early voting Saturday,......
  • Senate split: Suozzi due at Capitol on county issues

     
    Nassau Executive Thomas Suozzi, who vowed to "fix Albany" when he ran for governor in 2006, may be getting a fix on how things are going with regard to tax and fiscal legislation sought by his administration when he visits......
  • Senate split: Time for the steel cage?

     
    Players in this State Senate standoff might wish to take a cue from New Mexico, where the law says that if an election is tied, the winner is chosen by a game of chance. Five-card stud, a simple high-card......
  • Obama: Healthcare 'ticking time bomb'

     
    by John McCormick and Bruce Japsen President Barack Obama today is calling the cost of health care a "ticking time-bomb" that threatens to slow the nation's economic recovery. "We are spending over $2 trillion a year on health care --......