As the primary election looms, we have another voter guide for you to check out. This one goes into more detail about races which pit Republican against Republican in the US Senate, some US House, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Senate and State House races.
Today’s the day America chooses its course – not just for the next four years, but for generations to come. Much depends upon the outcome of this election — religious freedom, the lives of unborn babies, Second Amendment, over-regulation, more government over-reach, the economy, etc., etc.
All Pennsylvanians will be voting for three PA Supreme Court, one Superior Court and one Commonwealth Court candidates. There will also be county wide races such as commissioner and row officers in some counties as well as local races such as mayor and school board. This is an important election, just like all of them. There are NO off-year elections!
Special Election for the 174th, 191st, and 195th Legislative Districts coming up on August 11th!
Today is Election Day! How important is it to carefully consider the character of the person for whom you vote?
The lesbian mayor of Houston, Texas has been in the news a lot recently. Did you know the voter turnout in that city was only 11 percent the year she was elected? In fact, the average voter turnout in metropolitan areas is 10 percent!
Tomorrow’s weather prediction for Pennsylvania doesn’t look real good. Snow the last week of April!! But the weather does not change the fact that it is Primary Election Day and we as citizens must make every effort to fulfill our duty to vote.
Don’t forget to vote next Tuesday, November 2nd. Yes, we are all VERY tired of listening to political TV and radio ads, of receiving all those robo-calls and of having our mailboxes full of campaign literature each afternoon.
Amicus briefs in support of Prop 8 have been filed. Deadline to register to vote is October 4th. House poised to vote on a resolution condemning the theft of the Mojave Desert Cross.
US House ignores unit cohesion, military readiness and national security and votes to allow homosexuals to serve openly in the military.
Representative Matt Baker has introduced the Freedom on Choice in Healthcare Act. Are you registered to vote?