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In the 2012 presidential election, young voters were a mighty force keeping a Republican out of the White House. An analysis of the 2012 race by the Pew Research Center revealed that if the legal voting age were 30 in Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania and...
Florida’s secretary of state took a grilling Tuesday from lawmakers about why the Sunshine State struggles to provide efficient elections and vote tallies. But officials still seemed to lack the clear resolve to end the state’s long polling...
Three weeks after the presidential election, President Obama continues to slowly build his margin of victory over Mitt Romney. The political analyst most closely following the tally now projects that Obama to eventually best the Republican by about 5...
2012 was a year marked by national tragedy -- the shootings in Newtown, Conn. and Aurora, Colo., the damage from Hurricane Sandy -- as well as instances of heroism and transcendence. The presidential election dominated headlines throughout 2012,...
Democracy is a theory yet to be disproved To the editor: Watching the election returns on television reminded me why I migrated to this country a few years ago. I am proud to be an American. We are a country that is so big, so great, so diverse and...
Tags: Italy, Mitt Romney, White House, Democracy, Poland
As the dust settles on the presidential election, there seems to be a new theory daily as to why Mitt Romney lost and what it signals for the future of the Republican Party. Common to nearly all the speculation are the partisan implications of demographic...
While 2012 was dominated with coverage of the presidential election, 2013 will begin with a more local focus. North Shore residents had until 5 p.m. Dec. 26 to file petitions to place their name on the ballot to run for local office in the upcoming...
Tags: Stuart, Libraries, Mitt Romney, Elections, Robert Bailey
Spare a little sympathy, if you can, for John A. Boehner of Ohio, speaker of the House of Representatives. On paper, he's the most powerful Republican in the land. In practice, he's caught between a cliff and a ceiling as the uneasy chairman of an...
The Baltimore SunYet another laurel for Michael Phelps' swim cap: The Olympian will grace the cover of the 2013 World Almanac. Phelps will be in good company, the Almanac folks announced Monday. Joining him in the prime spot are Barack Obama, Mitt Romney and, for some...
Spare a little sympathy, if you can, for John A. Boehner of Ohio, speaker of the House of Representatives. On paper, he’s the most powerful Republican in the land. In practice, he’s caught between a cliff and a ceiling as the uneasy...
Back in 2011, at the dawn of a long presidential campaign, I established a fine baseline for my credentials as a political prognosticator: I told readers that Mitt Romney's strongest challengers for the Republican nomination would be Texas Gov. Rick Perry...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Government, Immigration, Fiscal Cliff, Politics
The best part about the end of the presidential election other than the end of a presidential election is speculating about who will run in the next presidential election. In the wake of their sound defeat at the polls, the Republicans are especially...
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