'Urban County' May Result From Flurry of New Mexico Votes
- Democracy becomes a spectator sport. Myers, Dennis // Las Vegas Business Press;8/26/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 34, p5
Comments on the Nevada League of Cities' launching of an effort to reverse Nevada's decline in voter turnout. Evidence that there is a decline in respect for politicians and the system.
- Status Quo Approved. // Time;12/8/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 23, p30
The article reports that Saar, a small Ruhr populated by Germans but ruled by functionaries of France, will stay an autonomous bailiwick attached to France following election results. The bishop of Trier has advised Saarlanders regarding their non-Christian obligation to vote in an election that...
- Vote No on Vail Inc. FRANZI, EMIL // Inside Tucson Business;11/1/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 22, p18
The article presents the author's views on voting for incorporating new town by residents in Vail.
- HISTORY. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Ecuador;3/8/2012, p4
The article provides information on the history of Ecuador. In 1563, the city of Quito in Ecuador became the administrative district of Spain. The Rio Protocol was signed by Ecuador in January 1942 to put an end to its brief war with Peru. The Congress was replaces by a constituent assembly that...
- Election Results. // Bond Buyer;10/27/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32247, p32
Presents a list of approved municipal bonds by the voters in a referendum in the U.S.
- Shade That Doesn't Come from Trees. Hammack, Laurence // Appalachian Journal;Spring/Summer2006, Vol. 33 Issue 3/4, p276
This article focuses on the massive voting fraud case in Appalachia, Virginia. Some of the people involved in the case included the town's mayor and town manager, the top police officer, a member of town council and municipal employees. The fraud happened as the town was preparing for a parade...
- The Rhodesian Election. // America;5/5/1979, Vol. 140 Issue 17, p365
The article discusses the uncertainties associated with the looming decision of the international community, particularly the U.S. and Great Britain, on whether they will accept the new Rhodesia-Zimbabwe following the elections that ended on April 21, 1979. It asserts that in a country like...
- Malda Mayhem, Murky Brinkmanship. // India Today;1/25/2016, p1
The article offers information on Kaliachak, a town in West Bengal that will be the epicentre of a high voltage political battle in Assembly polls. Kaliachak is the unofficial capital of India's illegal trans-border poppy, arms and fake currency syndicates and further discussed turning of...
- FRONT LINES. Stowe, Jay // Cincinnati Magazine;Dec2004, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p20
This article presents information related to elections in the city of Cincinnati. Everyone has a tale of personal sacrifice or unmitigated frustration from the 2004 election, depending on the time or place. Sacrifice: driving an elderly neighbor to the polls to exercise her right to vote on...