Alabama Senate

Gov. Kay Ivey says, “I have no reason to disbelieve any of them” [the women] and yet is going to…

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Big Move Into Open Seat!

Now that Mitch Gross has opted out, I’m announcing that I’m planning to move into Senate District 37- an open…

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City Election Post-Mortem, Part 1

The limits of Iowa City’s support for “progressive” and “diversity” are reached at the exact point when a student runs…

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Iowa Flipped In 2010

Iowa’s dramatic change from a blue state to a red state has been both abrupt and a long time in…

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The New Democracy Tweet Storm

In convenient blog post format So Democrats are meeting at #NewDemocracy forum today today to discuss How To Win Back…

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Kander: ID Laws “Not just a policy difference, a political strategy”

Former Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander pulled no punches Tuesday in describing ID laws and other vote suppression tools…

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City Council Election: The Grand Unifying Theory

After the epic battle and record setting turnout of last month’s school bond vote, the November 7 Iowa City council…

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What Happened In Vegas

I’ve often said I just wish the NRA would admit what we all know: they believe mass shootings are simply…

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Kids Win, No On Everything Faction Loses in Iowa City School Vote

Iowa City School District voters crushed the nay-sayers and shattered every turnout record in the books Tuesday as the $191…

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Numbers to watch today

Record turnout for a regular Iowa City School District election is 8733 in 2013. This is certain to be broken;…

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