CAPITOL CHATTER Electoral College a learning experience
Joe Moren taught high school students about the Electoral College for 40 years, but he really came to understand it Monday when he cast a vote for Barack Obama.
The 82-year-old Hibbing man, one of ... Posted on 12/18/12 at 9:03 AM
After weeks of campaigning, electioneering, debating and soul-searching, the 2012 General Election is only days away.
The only steps left untaken are to make those final decisions on which candidates will get your vote and then go out and vote next Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Questionnaires and other sources provide a glimpse into what President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney think about rural issues since they seldom discuss the topic on the campaign trail.
Don Davis/State Capitol Bureau
, November 02, 2012
Thanks to a change in state law, what took Cloquet more than a decade to achieve – getting permission to ask voters to approve a local option sales tax – took only a city council vote for Moose Lake this year.
Brock Anderson, 18, is a senior this year. Since he and his twin sister will be graduating in the spring, he said they have nothing personal to gain if either or both of the district’s proposed referendums pass in November. But Anderson is passionate nonetheless about seeing that happen.
It seemed almost like business as usual at the Esko School Board meeting Tuesday night. Only a handful of guests were in the audience, and rhetoric was kept to a minimum. But when all was said and done, the board unanimously endorsed two important referendums to go before the voters in November’s general election.
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