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Special Guest, Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate John McKamey stops by "THE EMILY PEARLS SHOW", along with special guests Judge Paua Skahan, and Candidates David Pool and Paul Robinson.
Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate John McKamey is PRO-MEDICAID, and once elected will ensure that more women are appointed to the legislature. Currently 80% of the State Legislature are MEN.
Judge Paula Skahan has been a Judge for the past 10 years and is seeking re-election. She is also the City of Memphis' latest HERO. Hear how she chased down a domestic assault attacker in broad daylight on the streets of Memphis.
Candidate David Pool is seeking the Judge's seat in General Sessions Court, Division 3. Attorney Paul Robinson is seeking the Chancellorship seat in Chancery Court Division 2.
Download this episode to help you get rid of some of your "election voting jitters"!
Florida Primaries are Over - Now Get Ready for the 2014 General Election
Top Ten Reasons to NOT Vote for Rick Scott
Top Ten Reasons to NOT Vote for Charlie Crits
The Better Choice - Adrian Wyllie
Key Issues for Florida and the Country
Common Core aka Communist Core Education
Transportation - Toll Taxes
Regionalism and the Loss of Local Representation
Florida Take Over of Private Property
The Navajo Election Office deadline for filing grievances or complaints were due on September 5 at 5:00 PM.
There were several filings , let's talk about those fillings. What are your thoughts and what do you think are the intentions?
One filling was to late. Now what? But really what is behind all this?
Election 2014 and the Future of the U.S.A.
What Happens if the Status Quo Republicans Take Control of the Senate?
What Happnes of the Status Quo of Democrat Maintain Control of the Senate?
What Should America do about the Middle East?
How Many Terrorist are in America Today?
What does it all mean for the Future of the U.S.A.?
How do you vote for Judges?
We'll recap the Massachusetts party [primaries and risk humiliation predicitng the campaigns, then results for November's general. The previous day's preimary may settle all, or nearly all, Democratic contests. Now the fun begins.
The GOP pretty much sat out the primary with no contested races beyond Governor, only five statewide candidates, and mostly blank ballot lines. Dems in contrast had three battling for most slots.
Republicans play delusion cards. Dems far outnumber them (not really true, as over half the electorate does not enroll in any party), Republ;ican Governor/LG are essential to holding wildly lefty Dems in check (so-so, with many in both houses here fiscally conservative and hard sells on legislation). The GOP can't fill their tickets because they are at such political disadvantage (not so, as half our Governors have been Republican, the GOP has as much and often more campaign cash, they make little effort to convert the unenrolled to their party, and they have weak recruiting efforts for candidates for office).
We'll talk results and futures. We expect two months of big platform and policy distinctions. We'll predict how dirty the ads and claims will be and what should make the differences in the final.
the Daily Independent is hosted by American Daily Independent News Network (ADINN) journalist Keith Powell.
the Daily Independent will feature top stories from the ADINN member sites and current events of interest to conservative Americans.Show will feature highlights stories in the ADINN Red Pill approved member outlets for the first segment and national nasty for the second segment. Including interviews with the news makers. Daily focus will be as follows:
Monday: Weekend Recap
Tuesday: 1st Amendment Tuesday
Wednesday: Election Watch
Thursday: Immigration Watch
Friday: F free for all (freedom, family, faith, future, firearms and fun)
Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Craig Latimer was elected to his position last November and took office on January 8, 2013. While this is his first elected office, Supervisor Latimer is not new to the Supervisor of Elections office. He served as Chief of Staff to the Supervisor of Elections from 2009 to 2013. Public service has always been a part of Mr. Latimer’s job description. Before working for the Supervisor of Elections office, he served and protected the community for 35 years in law enforcement, retiring as a Major from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in 2008. Supervisor Latimer also serves our community as a volunteer. He is on the Board of the Central Florida Behavioral Health Network, Bay Area Youth Services, and the Tampa Catholic Board of Trustees, and he is an Honorary Commander for the 6th Medical Group at MacDill Air Force Base. Craig Latimer was born and raised here in Hillsborough County. He attended Christ the King, graduated from Tampa Catholic High School, and earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida.
Craig Latimer led the turnaround in the elections office to restore integrity, efficiency and confidence in the election process. He brought to the office leadership and accountability; timely and accurate reporting of results; impartiality and nonpartisanshp; a renewed commitment to ethics and professionalism; excellent voter services; and responsible and conservative stewardship of taxpayers’ funds.
Our interview will focus on the 2014 Elections, information about voter registration, the voting process, Election Day voting, Early Voting, Vote By Mail, voting equipment, and election dates..
Navajo Nation General election and Vice President selection.
NAVAJO INTERNET RADIO-Discussion on NN General Election:
Dr. Joe Shirley, Jr. & Dineh Benally / Chris Deschene & Fannie Atcitty.
What's your thoughts? What about the First Ladies? What the Vice President selection?
Who speaks Navajo? And who is suppose to give the Navajo fluency test?
What about the Election Office, the Executive Director Edison Wauneka running as a Presidential candidate while remaining as the Director of the NN Election Office?
Call in and share your thoughts.