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Somehow I'd missed the news last month that Tom Cutsforth, the longtime district attorney in Wheeler County, Oregon, was recalled by voters angered by his ...
Somehow I'd missed the news last month that Tom Cutsforth, the longtime district attorney in Wheeler County, Oregon, was recalled by voters angered by his support for a group home for mentally ill sex offenders. Here's an item about his replacement, Daniel Ousley, a former Wallowa County D.A.
The Gainesville Sun takes a look at the platforms of House candidates in three Alachua County districts, finding wide variance in policy stances even within such a geographically limited area.
Jerry Greenfield, of Ben & Jerry's fame, has joined in a lawsuit challenging Vermont's contribution limits to state candidates.
In Alabama's 2nd Congressional District,
A SurveyUSA poll conducted exclusively for Roll Call found state Rep. Jay Love (R) ahead of Montgomery Mayor Bobby Bright (D), 56 percent to 39 percent, in the race to succeed retiring Rep. Terry Everett (R).
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