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"President Obama plans to give up 5 percent of his salary this year to draw attention to the financial sacrifice of more than 1 million federal employees who will be furloughed." -- The Washington Post, April 4 "Here's the plan. We get the warhead and...
WDBJ7 ReporterNew poll results released Wednesday night show the race for Virginia's governor is far from decided. Roanoke College's Institute for Policy and Opinion Research shows Republican Ken Cuccinelli has a narrow lead over Democrat Terry McAuliffe....
WASHINGTON — It sounds like a bad joke from an old comedy routine. Question: How do you take on Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination? Answer: Very carefully. Clinton is almost universally popular among Democrats as...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A bipartisan effort to expand background checks is in deep trouble as the Senate approaches a long-awaited vote on the linchpin of the drive to curb gun violence. As the showdown draws near, an Associated Press-GfK poll shows...
Compton residents went to the polls Tuesday to cast their votes for the city's next mayor, choosing from a crowded ballot filled with familiar and unknown names. A dozen candidates appeared on the ballot, including current Mayor Eric Perrodin; former...
Tags: Elections, Local Elections, Public Finance, Politics, Voting
Almost four years ago, long before the 2012 presidential campaign heated up, CNN took a poll to learn who Republicans might choose as their party's next nominee. There were two clear front-runners: former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and former Arkansas Gov....
CARACAS, Venezuela — Voting appeared relatively light and lines moved smoothly in the early hours of Venezuela’s presidential election, marking a contrast from the hours-long wait for voting in Hugo Chavez’s last election in October,...
Tags: Elections, Caracas (Venezuela), Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, Voting
CARACAS, Venezuela -- Polls have opened their doors for Venezuelans to elect a new president today to replace the late Hugo Chavez, who died of cancer last month. In the campaign to fill out the six-year term of Chavez, state Gov. Henrique Capriles...
Tags: Executive Branch, Elections, Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, Government
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe 2013 session of the Maryland General Assembly ends Monday, and local legislators were working last week to ensure final passage of some measures they had introduced. Bills introduced by local lawmakers that were on their way to becoming law...
Only a few sitting local officials appeared to have gained the support of Orland Park residents who took to the polls Tuesday. While three village trustees will retain their seats, it appears all incumbents in three other local races are getting the boot....
WASHINGTON -- The standoff over the package of budget cuts known as "the sequester" is the dumbest, most self-defeating fight between President Obama and Republicans in Congress since … let's see, since the last dumb, self-defeating fight less than...
SACRAMENTO -- For the first time since Jerry Brown was elected to the governor's office two years ago, a majority of California voters approve of the job he is doing as the state's chief executive, according to a new Field Poll. The survey, released...
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