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Why Republican Andy Rougeot has a real chance in Denver’s mayor race

Andy Rougeot. Photo: Courtesy of campaign Andre “Andy” Rougeot is the odd duck in the Denver mayor’s race. What’s happening: He’s running as a law-and-order, less-government Republican in the state’s Democratic epicenter, where the conversation is focused on how the city is overhauling police and boosting the social safety net. Yes, but: The 34-year-old former […]

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Alabama

Opinion: 2022 was the Year of the Woman in Alabama state government | News | #elections | #alabama

When I was Gov. Fob James’ appointments secretary in 1995, there was a woman who insisted we find qualified women and get them appointed to various positions in state government. It’s good to see that woman is practicing what she was preaching, because that woman was Kay Ivey, now soon-to-be the longest-serving governor of our […]

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City Council

Farnsworth makes debut as counsel for Terre Haute City Council | Local News | #citycouncil

Jared Farnsworth made his debut Thursday evening as the counsel for the Terre Haute City Council, replacing city attorney Eddie Felling. He had one complicated decision to weigh in on Thursday — no Council member made a motion on one special ordinance before the Council’s new president, Curtis DeBaun IV, pounded his gavel. Farnsworth said […]

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City Council

VIPS members recognized at Buckhannon City Council meeting | Newspaper for Buckhannon and Upshur County | #citycouncil

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Mayor

Johannesen announces bid for mayor | News

Current Rockwall Mayor Pro Tem Trace Johannesen announces he will run for Mayor this coming spring. This will be his final term on City Council. “It has been an honor these past three terms to serve on City Council. I’m proud to live in such a wonderful city as Rockwall. Our city staff does a […]

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Alabama

Jay Hovey and Sherri Reese face off to be State Senator of District 27 | #elections | #alabama

LAUREN JOHNSON Democrat Sherri Reese and Republican Jay Hovey are the two candidates running for the position to be State Senator of District 27 in the 2022 general election on Nov. 8. District 27 is made up of parts of Lee, Russell and Tallapoosa counties. Reese, 49, was born and raised in Opelika. She graduated […]

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Alabama

Republican governors ask for end to U.S. military COVID-19 vaccine mandate | Alabama | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

(The Center Square) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and 20 other Republican governors sent a letter to congressional leaders opposing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate on members of the U.S. Armed Forces. The letters asks those leaders to oppose the mandate from President Joe Biden’s administration that was issued on Aug. 24, 2021. “As Governors, our […]

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City Council

New exhibit being added to USS Orleck as City Council considers fast-tracking move to Shipyards | #citycouncil

It’s shaping up to be a busy day for the USS Orleck. First, Jacksonville’s naval museum is scheduled to have some new equipment delivered, then the Jacksonville City Council will take up a plan for the vessel to move from its downtown riverwalk location to a new, permanent home at the Shipyards development. The proposal […]

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Alaska

Jessica Watkins: Oath Keeper apologizes for going into the Capitol on January 6 | #alaska | #politics

CNN  —  In a raw and emotional testimony on Wednesday, Jessica Watkins, a member of the Oath Keepers on trial for seditious conspiracy, recounted being dragged into the conspiratorial underbelly of the internet and how she believed she was acting like an American patriot on January 6, 2021. Watkins made a surprise appearance on the […]

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