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None of the early-voting states that do the bulk of the work of picking the next president of the United States have laws to block state elected officials from taking money hand over fist from campaigns. That prompts questions about the integrity of
After all, it's unlikely that even the biggest fans of big government think the way government does what it does is the very best, very smartest way imaginable. Whether you're an anarchist, a Leninist or somewhere in between, everyone can agree that
A majority of U.S. voters say they favor shorter presidential campaigns and a national primary election, a Gallup poll indicated. In addition, 68 percent of respondents favor national referenda if enough voters sign a petition to request a popular
Santo Domingo.- Beleaguered senator Felix Bautista is again the center of a scandal, this time in Peru, where he allegedly ??contributed millions of pesos to Alejandro Toledo's presidential campaign. Peruvian outlet larepublica.pe reports that
It did start earlier this time around, said Brian Wolff, a longtime senior aide to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). You have the confluence of her being the anointed nominee [and the] Obama supporters' overwhelming support for her.
Don't take this as the doctor's advice on what to eat, but what Howard Dean remembers best is the ham sandwich. Dean, a physician by training, sat in front of a webcam chatting between bites one day during his 2004 bid for the White House while then-
41 Rybak about Parliaments blocking: Presidential campaign begins Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Rybak is sure that the true reason for Parliaments blocking is a presidential campaign, which has already begun, and the leaders of
Former Speaker of Parliament Gholam Ali Haddad Adel announced Monday he was pulling out of the Iranian presidential race four days before the vote. The 12-member Guardian Council said in May eight of the more than 500 registered candidates qualified
Rep. Michele Bachmann, is expected to tell an Iowa Senate ethics panel that her 2012 presidential campaign made improper payments to its state chairman. Having maintained a public silence so far, Parrish referred questions Wednesday to his attorney,
Congressional ethics investigators are examining whether top staffers in Rep. Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign played an improper role in the 2011 tour to promote her personal memoir, two former Bachmann aides have told the Star Tribune.