An elections administrator in Bexar County, Texas, says her office is investigating a voting machine that appeared to leave off Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott’s name.
No matter how hard you plan, something always seems to go wrong. On Tuesday morning, one voting machine in South Bend decided it was too early to start working. It all happened at American Legion Post 303.
This year, for the first time in 20 years I can not even quote a replacement product because Barack Obama has issued a GAG ORDER to the health insurance industry instructing them not to disclose their January 2015 health insurance rates until after the mid-term elections. This is unprecedented. Normally health insurance premiums are released for public viewing 60 days before the January 1st effective date. Where are the reports on these cancellations and the gag order from NBC, ABC, CBS and CNN? The only news organization that I am aware of that has reported on any of this is the Fox News channel. I can guarantee you one thing, not one of my clients who received a cancellation notice is voting Democrat on Tuesday.
Two high school runners in Minnesota have been disqualified in the state girls cross country meet for helping an opponent who fell.
Senior football players at Arlington Martin High School have been instructed not to wear their spirit T-shirts to school because the slogan can be perceived as having a double meaning — one about being tough on the football field and one about rape.
For the fourth consecutive Halloween, Jimmy Kimmel has employed parents to prank their children by telling them they ate all of their Halloween candy, and this year it’s just as humorous and tantrum-filled as ever.
It’s that time again, when cheerful boosters of political participation start chirping a familiar Election Day tune:
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy just tweeted out this brag on how much the government was able to fine and collect from Hyundia/Kia over allegations the South Korean automaker provided erroneous emissions data to the public:
Lawrence Armstrong’s legal nightmare began when someone he’s never met was photographed running a red light.
Last month, the city passed a new “trespassing ordinance” that bans a variety of behaviors, including hostile language, not enough clothes covering the body and bodily hygiene or scent in public places including parks, the King County Library, even Burien City Hall.