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Wyoming Republican Party 2020 State Convention
GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Republican Party's 2020 state convention will be held in Gillette. The Gillette News Records reports that the party's 2020 state convention will be held May 7 through May 9.
Republican leadership undecided on nominee
The state’s vacancy in the 12th Congressional seat has set off a scramble of candidates interested in being nominated by their parties to the seat. While the Democrats have settled their process for filling that seat, Republicans have yet to decide how they will decide to nominate someone.
Stephen Eimers at West Knox Republican Club about His Findings of the X-Lite Guardrails
Stephen Eimers, father of Hannah Eimers was the Speaker at the West Knox Republican Club Tonight. He talked about the accident that took his daughters life and numerous other lives. He talked about his life as an advocate and his findings of the X-Lite guardrail ends.
Forget Presidents Day . Who 's ready for First Ladies Day ?
Is this really up for debate now? I assume it is since it showed up in Time under the byline of Jeanne Abrams. Since we already have a federal holiday honoring the presidents, how about one for the First Ladies? And no, I didn’t mistakenly copy this from The Onion.
Dick Spotswood : Dixie fight is effectively over ; it 's time to move on
A majority of the Dixie School District’s five trustees have now indicated a willingness to change the district’s name. That surely won’t meet universal acclaim, but it’s effectively a final decision. Like it or not, the process has worked as designed.
Iowa governor will not appeal judge 's ruling on fetal heartbeat bill
DES MOINES, Iowa (KWQC) - Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said Monday she will not appeal a judge's ruling that the states fetal heartbeat bill violates the state's constitution. The republican governor made the announcement in a news release, calling future legal challenges an appeal "an uphill battle."
DA Candidate Paul Battisti Pays Off Federal Tax Debt
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - Paul Battisti, candidate for Broome County District Attorney, has paid back the $86,000 he owed the IRS, according to documents filed with the Broome County clerk's office. Battisti told reporters he was going to take a check to the Binghamton IRS by the end of last week. The cler
The Republican President Who Alienated Republicans
APART FROM history buffs and aficionados of presidential beards, few Americans today have ever heard of Benjamin Harrison. Yet on this Presidents Day weekend, there is a lesson to be learned from the experience of our obscure 23rd president.
The Republican Pouncing Problem
In the past few weeks, prominent Democrats have endorsed infanticide; admitted to dressing in blackface; called for an end to fossil fuels, airplanes and farting cows; and trafficked in open anti-Semitism. None of this is a serious problem for many in the media. For members of the media, the real st
Upper Republican Organization seeks candidates
The Upper Township Republican Organization is seeking candidates interested in serving on the Upper Township Committee. There are two seats available in this year's election, with each seat serving a three-year term.
Dan Crenshaw gets top billing at California Republican fundraiser
It’s becoming clear that Houston is going to have to share Dan Crenshaw. The first term Congressman continues to be in high demand in the national media and on the political speaking circuit. This weekend, Crenshaw will be a headliner at a Lincoln Day Republican fundraising dinner in the California
Sandie Egley seeks Republican nomination for Treasurer
BEAVER — A sitting commissioner is seeking her party's nomination for a different row office. Sandie Egley, 53, of Beaver, is seeking the Republican nomination for treasurer. In a release, Egley said she believes the treasurer's office is in "dire need of modernization."
Sinn Fein president declines to apologise over police chief comments
Mary Lou McDonald has declined to apologise for voicing opposition to any current police commander in Northern Ireland succeeding the retiring chief constable. The Sinn Fein president said she would not be retracting her controversial comments about who should replace George Hamilton when he steps d
Citywide Republican candidates dominate local Jacksonville fundraising
Duval Democrats didn’t advance a candidate for Jacksonville Mayor in 2019. Will that hurt them in other races?. The Duval County Democratic Party didn’t advance candidates for Jacksonville Mayor or Elections Supervisor in 2019.
Beavers elected Wilson Republican Party chair
Delegates elected former state Sen. Mae Beavers chair of the Wilson County Republican Party on Saturday at its bi-annual convention in the East-West Building at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon.
Republican minority announces leadership team
The Alaska House Republican Caucus has elected Rep. Lance Pruitt (R-Anchorage) to serve as Minority Leader of the 15-member caucus. Rep. Cathy Tilton (R-Wasilla) will serve as the Republican Finance Leader and Rep. DeLena Johnson (R-Palmer) will serve as Minority Whip.
10 Reasons to Love ` Silent Cal '
This week’s Historiat post focused on Calvin Coolidge’s deft use of the radio, at that time a new medium of mass communication, to reach the American people. While doing research for the post it quickly became apparent to me that Silent Cal is one of the most understudied presidents in American hist
Republican campaign paid for ` coordinated , unlawful ' absentee ballot scheme in NC 9th District election , investigators said
McCrae Dowless' attorney told the elections board he won't testify without a legal protection against prosecution for events he describes. The board refused.
Democrat-Run Legislature Could Pass More Progressive Bills
Democrats hold both chambers of the legislature and the governor's office for the first time since 1992. It is also the first time a party has held the trifecta since the republicans in 2015-2016. Their position in the majority makes it a lot more possible to pass bills without a veto than it has in
Headlines in History : ` Americanizing America ' part of 1919 civic club in South Bend
What was making news in our area during this week in years past? The History Museum offers these newspaper excerpts to give you an idea. Feb. 17, 1913: “Dan Pyle, democrat, was today elected county attorney to succeed Fred Woodward, republican. The post carries with it a salary of $1,800.”