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Sep 14 2023
RALEIGH, NC (WWAY) — There will be no Christmas parade in Raleigh this year.
The City of Raleigh announced Thursday afternoon that it will not grant a special event permit application for the 2023 Christmas Parade.
The City said the decision was made “out of an abundance of caution for parade participants and spectators, as well as respect for Hailey Brooks’ family and friends.WWAY 3
Nov 10 2022
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Congress will look a lot different when the final results from the 2022 midterm elections are tallied, but the expected "red wave" of Republican success amid frustration with inflation and President Joe Biden didn't materialize.AllSides Staff
Jul 18 2023
Three top GOP candidates for Indiana governor far out-raised their fellow hopefuls in semi-annual campaign finance reports released Monday, with U.S. Sen. Mike Braun recording the largest haul. Fort Wayne businessman Eric Doden and Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch — both Republicans — remained relatively close behind, while Democrat Jennifer McCormick led the pack of non-GOP candidates. Fundraising forIndiana Public Media
Apr 03 2023
SWING STATE SLUGFEST — Elections are all too frequently declared the “most consequential of a generation.” But it will be a little bit closer to the truth than usual on Tuesday in Wisconsin, a key swing state where voters are picking their next state Supreme Court justice. The winner of Tuesday’s election between conservative former state Supreme Court Justice Dan Kelly and liberal MilwaukeePolitico
Jul 24 2023
Former Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) will seek the governorship of New Hampshire in 2024, the candidate announced on July 24, ending speculation about her political future. “The battle to protect our Live Free or Die way of life must continue,” Ms. Ayotte said in a statement. “I’m running for Governor because New Hampshire is one election away from becoming Massachusetts—from becoming somethingThe Epoch Times
Sep 12 2023
A measure of poverty tracked by the Census Bureau rose in 2022, as COVID era benefits expired and average income fell, according to a Tuesday report.
Why it matters: Child poverty saw a sharp increase in 2022 following a record low the year prior.
Driving the news: While the official poverty rate (considered an outdated measure) didn't see a significant change from 2021 to 2022,Axios
Sep 15 2023
FILE - Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser posing a question during a hearing at the state Capitol in Madison, Wis., June 6, 2011. Former Justice Prosser, tapped to investigate impeaching newly elected Justice Janet Protasiewicz for taking Democratic Party money, accepted donations from the state Republican Party when he was on the court. (John Hart/Wisconsin State Journal via AP,San Diego Union-Tribune
Sep 15 2023
State elections officer doubts vote to fire her will restore trust in elections MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The state's top election official expressed doubts new leadership at the agency in charge of nearly 2,000 municipal and county clerks would restore trust in elections after Republicans voted to fire her. Senate Republicans voted Thursday to fire Wisconsin's Elections Administrator MeaganCBS 58
May 04 2023
Former Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s legal team must pay $2,000 in sanctions after she made claims without proof about fraud in Maricopa County’s 2022 election, according to a new filing. A Thursday order, filed from the Supreme Court of Arizona and shared online by Democracy Docket, granted a motion from Gov. Katie Hobbs (D) and Secretary of State Adrian Fontes (D)The Hill