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Local News Ilorin Pastor Warns Politicians Who Kill People Ahead Of 2019 Elections. Pastor Kayode warned that the wrath and fierceness of God would descend on any politician who kills his fellow opponents for the sake of winning elections at all costs.
An analysis of roll-call votes shows that the California Assembly has become 15 percent less polarized since electoral reforms went into effect, using accepted political science measures.
A year ahead of the presidential election, the American public is deeply cynical about government, politics and the nation’s elected leaders in a way that has become quite familiar. Currently, just 19% say they can trust the government always or most of the time, among the lowest levels in the past half-century.
More than 7,000 people from across Bosnia's ethnic divide are still displaced from the 1992-95 war and residing in 120 shelters. ... Displaced Bosnians blame politicians for their plight ahead of ...
Publicly, politicians in both parties have agreed that we must secure the border, but behind closed doors, they bickered and dithered without coming up with a realistic plan to do so.
The People Are Ahead of Doctors and Politicians on Legalizing Pot Posted March 14, 2018 in Addiction Treatment Methods , Drug Law and Policy , Roundtable Discussion , The Marijuana Debate by Allen Frances
Peter Roskam stood up to his own party to defend the American with Disabilities Act.
Ahead of midterm elections, Duterte releases list of politicians allegedly associated with illegal drugs Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, left, during a ceremony in Manila last month. (Mark R ...
More than 100 politicians have been murdered in Mexico ahead of Sunday’s election. In an 11 year war on drugs, Mexico has failed to control organized crime and criminal infiltration of local governments and law enforcement. Some 20 or so percent of voters remain undecided, and security is expected to be a major factor in how they choose to vote.
Politicians do this as well. In the age of social media, politicians and people running for office are able to target their campaigns. If a candidate wants to address the concerns of women, college students, retired people, Latinos or any other group of voters, they can now tailor their messages.