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JUNEAU, Alaska — Over most of the last several decades, Alaska's North Slope was America's energy powerhouse. The legendary oil fields of Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk gushed 2 million barrels a day out of the frozen tundra and down the Trans-Alaska...
Voters born in California are less likely to participate in the state’s elections than voters born elsewhere who now live in the Golden State, according to a report by Political Data Inc. that surprised its author. Some 73% of California-born...
The Supreme Court will hold a hearing Friday, in Lepak vs. City of Irving, to decide if it will take a case on whether the principle of "one person, one vote" should be clarified to allow the exclusion of noncitizens. "One person, one vote" was...
Tags: Slavery, Migration, Local Government, Immigration, Voting
Tribune reporterTinley Park mayoral candidate Stephen Eberhardt has withdrawn a complaint against Mayor Ed Zabrocki and his slate of incumbent candidates ahead of a formal ruling by the state Election Board. The State Election Board was set to rule Wednesday on the...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Advocates seeking to overturn a new state law that could lead to wolf hunting in Michigan said Tuesday they had collected more than enough petition signatures to require a statewide referendum. If state election...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERThe Somerset County Elections Board on Tuesday rejected the nominating petition of Michael Sayler, a Democrat who was running for Lincoln Township auditor. The petition included the required signatures from 10 registered Democrats. But the circulator...
Tinley Park elections are typically pretty tame affairs. Incumbents often face no opposition, and they tend to stick around a long time. But a slate of newcomers is challenging long-term incumbents Mayor Ed Zabrocki, Clerk Pat Rea — each having...
Former Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis and his wife, Kitty, are helping with a "debt retirement" fundraiser for Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks), who last fall won one of the most contentious -- and most expensive -- House races in the...
Up No one said it was going to happen quickly, but thumbs up for the movement on the I-75 connector project. As reported in this week’s edition, officials have identified eight possible “zones” that might be suitable routes for a new...
It's a familiar story: Out of an exaggerated concern about potential election fraud, a state adopts procedures that have the effect of disenfranchising perfectly qualified voters. In this case, the state of Arizona is demanding that would-be voters...
Is it better to get lost in a crowd or be alone in a wilderness? That's the question facing South Florida cities — and voters — after the latest lousy turnout for local elections. Fourteen municipalities in Palm Beach County held elections...
South Bend TribuneIn case you haven’t heard, Indiana sportsmen are closer to having a Constitutional right to fish and hunt. Wait a minute, you say; don’t we already have that right? Of course we do. But backers of proposed legislation at the statehouse...
Tags: Game, Drugs and Medicines, Wildlife, Rick Snyder, Politics
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