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Two ballot initiatives make November cut Thu, Jul 14 2016 05:35 AM

For voters who take politics seriously, this November portends to be a busy one.
In addition to the presidential election, which could be a historic one if the nation elects the first woman as the leader of the free world, there is also the [..]

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Eriksson sees “uncertainty” as one result of Brexit

Less than a week after Great Britain’s historic vote to leave the European Union, there are varying opinions about how deep the globe –shifting echo caused by the vote will resonate within the United States’ principal European ally, [..]

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Immigrants to benefit from newly-signed Senate Bill 10

When the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in 2009, a large segment of its support derived from Latinos. Opponents fought to strip out any provisions or language that would cover undocumented immigrants in the final federal bill, to which its s [..]

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Culver City sets record for voter turnout

Culver City voter participation in the April 12 municipal election reached 23%, the highest turnout on record, according to the city clerk’s office.  While not a sterling number, it far exceeds past years and is higher than other cities [..]

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Culver City General Municipal Elections

April 12   Final Election Counts as released by the City Clerk’s office     1.  Meghan Sahli-Wells 3,794   2. Thomas Small 2,418   3. Goran Eriksson 2,186   4. Daniel Lee 1,944 [..]

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