Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Election 2012

  • WASHINGTON -- On Jan. 31, candidate campaign committees and super PACs will reveal how much money they raised and where they spent it during the final three months of 2011.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • PORTLAND, Oregon (Reuters) - A Democratic former Oregon state legislator was favored to win a special election on Tuesday to fill the congressional seat vacated by disgraced Democrat David Wu, who resigned in a sex scandal.
  • (Reuters)
  • WASHINGTON — Get ready to find out who the millionaires are behind this years presidential election.
  • (Delaware Wave)
  • The Election Oracle shows Paul with a field-high favorability rating of 45 on Monday. As throughout the month, Paul has been generating a more favorable conversation online than any other 2012 candidate, President Obama included.
  • (Daily Beast)
  • The 73-year-old Burton first won election in 1982 to the district Wayne that Burton carried on his way to winning the 2008 and 2010 primaries. (Copyright 2012 Associated Press. All rights reserved.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • NAPLES — If the 2012 presidential preference primary is to match voter turnout for the 2008 presidential preference election, nearly 50,000 will have to be at the polls in Collier County on Tuesday.
  • (Naples Daily News)
  • Jan. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Erick Kioko says it would take a miracle for his three attackers to face punishment for hacking off his left arm with a machete during the ethnic violence that followed Kenya's disputed presidential election four years ago.
  • (Businessweek)
  • Mayor Joe Bruno said he attended the board meeting on Jan. 19, and told board members, In my opinion, that's a school board election and, if any change is going to happen, it's up to the school board to pass the resolution.
  • (NJ.com)
  • Court documents were filed in Chicago on Monday by composer Frank Sullivan, a co-writer of the Grammy-award winning song, citing copyright infringement. Mr Sullivan registered ownership of the song in 1982.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • As polls showed Mr Gingrich trailing Mitt Romney, his moderate rival, by as much as 14 points, the former House Speaker used Mike Reagan, a former talk radio host, to help wrap himself in the mantle of Americas 40th President, his guiding ideological light.
  • (Daily Telegraph)

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