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Tommorrow is election day in the great state of Florida. Florida has in the past couple of decade been a great giude of how the rest of he country will vote. The Florida Governor's race pits the ultimate insanity. The leading Democrat candidate served as a Republican governor exspousing his conservtive values at every turn. He was for traditional marriage and against homosexuals adopting children. And now he is pro gay marriage and excited about gay adoption. He is facing Rick Scott, a tea party backed conservtive that has a slender lead in the polls after turning around a flailing economy and who is now bring companies into Florida providing nearly all the jobs that were lost during the Charlie Crist years.
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Will Florida voters, mostly Democrat vote party or pocketbook?
Welcome to Independent Underground Radio LIVE - MICHIGAN'S TOP POLITICO PODCAST - Aired each Tuesday & Thursday @ 11am ET.
Join us for a show joshing about State and Local Primaries, ballot issues and more!
Independent Underground Radio LIVE FEATURED FOUR YEAR ON BTR -Progressive Talk Radio- podcast based out of Ann Arbor covering Michigan and National Politics, breaking news and more. As Michigan's Top Politico podcast, IU Radio LIVE had over 200K podcast downloads in 2013 alone!
Host Monica RW is an owner/writer for the popular Independent Underground News website, media consultant for ROJS Media LLC, a experienced grassroots and elected local political leader, and brings her researched Independent opinions to the political issues of the day.
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Election day, what will…? Tuesdays *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/A round table discussion with questions, answers, and predictions of the election outcome and the impact that it will have on Preppers and Zombies alike! This will be an open forum invitation for the hosts of this network as well as any and all listeners that would like to participate. Tags: Election day, Prepare, Self Reliace, Prepper Broadcasting Network
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This year I celebrate my 50th Birthday and my gift is to remind us how important it is to give back. What is the meaning of life if we don't leave a legacy from which others benefit?
Fifty years ago, Dr. King's "I Have a Dream..." Speech debuted in Detroit and transformed a nation. Today, is election day, an historic election in that a white candidate is on the ballot for the first time in 40 years. Have our civil rights issues changed in this nation enough for a white man to lead a city that is 82% black, and to genuinely look out for the needs of the residents? Or is this a politicaI career move to embellish personal interest, or to move other's agendas forward?
This election is also monumental in that this city is the the largest in history to be in bankruptcy, and without democratic right due to the control of an appointed Emergency manager from the Governor.
How will Detroit emerge after this election? What do you want to see happen after the election??
Share your thoughts, and together, let's have conversations that inspire action.
We are powerful, and together we rise!
It's election day in Missouri! This is what makes the difference. Many of the low information voters will NOT show up! This is the time for LIberty to win! Are you going to be a part of this victory
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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..
Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Dr.Kevin Wagner, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Florida Atlantic University Political Science Department to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. He will start off a discussion about local elections and the vote gathering process. We will also welcome a handful of residents who will share their own experiences on election day. We will also discuss what may happen going forward as it relates to the city's infrastructure funding needs in reaction to the pending defeat of the bond issue.
The 8-28-2014 "Navajo News Without Borders" was about the 2014 Navajo Nation Primary Election day & night; the unofficial primary election results; is age the only difference between the two top presidential candidates, Joe Shirley Jr. & Chris Deschene; the increase in voter particiopation in the 2014 primary election; proposed 2015 Navajo Nation operating budget of $199 million; climate change & the People's Climate March in New York City, NY, on Sept. 21, 2014; energy efficient government buildings; need for healthy homes conference; impact of social media on tribal primary election; and continued debate over tribal Horse roundups. Farmington, N.M., Daily Times journalist Noel Smith joined NNWB host Marley Shebala & co-hort Sharon Maize. May Peace Prevail on Mother Earth!