An Australian-first electoral watchdog has been set up to clamp down on fake news and misleading campaign claims in the lead up to Queensland's local government elections in March.
By Wayne A. Cargill
My-Canada.Today has compiled a plethora of information about Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax weather forecasts, job postings and more.
By St. Fleur for Mayor
Previous mayor, Bill Courtright, pleaded guilty to several federal corruption offenses and resigned, due to St. Fleur's efforts. St. Fleur is now making a run for the seat.
By 2019 Keep Judge Ben Smith
Ben Smith, presiding judge of the 380th Judicial District Court, has announced his intention to seek re-election in 2020. Judge Smith has held his office since August 10, 2012.
By The Green Fund
Councilmember Seeking 2nd Term, Is Committed to Leading Philadelphia Forward
By Anaphora Literary Press
Women controlled half of Texas' largest cities in 1990, but by 2018 only a single woman held a statewide position. Quanah is overdue for a woman at the helm, so Anna Faktorovich, Director of Anaphora Literary Press, has entered the Mayoral race.
By Congo Diaspora USA
The Congo Diaspora USA is speaking out against the lack of a voice for Women Human Rights in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mrs.
By Southern Energy Management
Business Leaders across America are banding together to show people that they can continue to push for change even after all the election votes have been tallied and that they have a powerful voice beyond the ballot box.
By Ebenezer Baptist Church
The Historic Ebenezer Baptist Churchin Atlanta is hosting an Election Eve "Get Out The Vote Prayer Rally" on Monday, November 5that 7pm. The non-partisan rally is to encourage Georgians to head to the election polls on Tuesday, November 6th.
By Democracy Counts, Inc.
Democracy Counts!, Inc., a nonprofit, nonpartisan tech startup in San Diego, California, will demonstrate its software-driven solutions to election fraud in a real-time audit in Broward County, Florida, this Nov. 6.
By Foley for Mayor 2018
While other Costa Mesa city council members could only make comments, some very deceptive, Katrina Foley and John Stephens (both council members) took action by working with city staff to develop a legal solution to stop the program from starting up in...
By PositiVibes Network Inc.
The goal of the PositiVibes Network is the creation of new and improved experiences of life through helping people realize that success is only likely if energy is focused on wanted outcomes rather than problems.
By Royse Law Firm
On Saturday, September 29th, the Royse Law Firm will host the 2018 Silicon Valley Candidates Forum from 12:00pm – 4:00pm at the Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF in San Francisco, CA.
By Maria Ruhl
Only Second Challenge for 12th Judicial Circuit Judge in 25+ years
By Nycole Miller
Nycole Miller is proud to announce her candidacy for Douglas County District 1 Commissioner.
By Curtis Miller's Personal Website
A statistical study of time between U.S. recessions suggests estimates that the probability of a recession before 2020 election is about 80%.
By Capital Region Stonewall Democrats
HARRISBURG – The Capital Region Stonewall Democrats will be hosting a Meet the Candidates Night at Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center, in the Capital Ballroom, next Monday night.
By Sidique Wai
Sierra leone and global leaders pay close attention to run-off presidential election