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Join us for a primary election edition of Liberal Fix radio as Keith Brekhus and Naomi Minogue discuss the Texas March 4th primary elections in real time.
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Karena & Lisa will be reviewing primary elections and the lessons that were learned through their experiences in volunteering on Congressional campaigns.
Will also be covering the power of precinct organizing with tips from 'The Voices of America'.
On tonites episode we will talk with Robert Neuhausen running for school board district 5, and James Scavetta For Hernando county district 35 state rep.Tune in 6:30pm @ www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnation
What happened with the Top stories and 2012 primary elections in the Commonwealth in Kentucky? Our top individuals get together to analyze, review, and preview the fall election campaign. Also, we will cover the latest current event and breaking news stories.
These two quetions have topped the list since House Speaker Boehner announced President Obama is about to be sued.
This question creates even more questions: Is this possible? Can the President be sued? Is this just a political waste of time?
The other question concerning Primary Elections: Why do we have open primaries?
This question also raises other questions: Are certain people really prevented from open choice if Primaries are open or closed? What are the pros and cons of open vs closed primary elections?
Join me this morning "In the Pickle Barrel" as we discuss (or cuss) this issues andpossibly more.
SHowtime is 7AM-8:30AM EST.
Orange County Florida Primary Election Recap with Tezlyn Figaro & Randy Ross
Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, Navajo News Without Borders will be broadcasting the unofficial results of the 2014 Navajo Nation Primary Election from the Window Rock, Ariz., Sports Center, which is where the Navajo Nation Election Office will be providing the unofficial election results for the top two elected positions for Navajo president, the 24-member Navajo Council, Kayenta Township Commission, the five-member Navajo Board of Election Supervisors, and referendums. We'll also be interviewing political candidates and voters. To call into the show, call 347-850-1119, and hit #1 on your phone. To just listen via phone, call 347-850-1119 and don't hit #1. If you want to listen by internet, go to the this website address - www.blogtalkradio.com/navajonewswithoutborders
The tribal Election Office, with the extensive assistance of the tribal Department of Technology and Automated Election Services have created a website (www.2014nnpe.navajo-nsn.gov) to display the unofficial Primary Election results. Tribal election staff will once again be announcing the unofficial results and posting the results on the walls of the Sports Center. Another first for the tribal election office will the addition of three big screen monitors to display the unofficial results in the Sports Center. For additional information contact, Navajo Election Administration Program Project Special Kimmeth Yazzie at 505-713-0094 or 9918.
Paul Interviews Nick Walsh who is the National Front Treasurer and Organiser for the City of Hull.
Nick has stood for local elections in his home City on several occasions.
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