UPDATE: If you’re looking for advice on how to find election results for the November 2, 2010 congressional elections, read here.
Delaware: polls close at 8 pm. Track official primary results at the Commissioner of Elections web page. Better unofficial results via Politico.
District of Columbia: polls close at 8 pm. Track primary results at [...]
There’s one bit of legislative action by Senator Gregg that you won’t be able to read about in any press release from Senator Gregg’s office. It has to do with ski poles. [...]
It’s been three months and three weeks since New Hampshire legalized same-sex marriage. When does the hurricane come?
If churches can do whatever they want without interference by the government, let’s be consistent in the application of this principle. If a church wants to set up a casino, let’s not interfere. [...]
When Kathleen Gilbert reports on the passage of same-sex marriage legislation in New Hampshire for the reporting organ Catholic Online, she places the word marriage in quotes every time it is used in reference to same-sex couples and without quotes every time it is used in accordance with Catholic strictures. The point: if it isn’t [...]
God will not be mocked! Just ask prominent Christian fundamentalist preachers John Hagee and Pat Robertson and Stephen Bennett. Each has proclaimed God’s intention to punish the promotion of gay and lesbian coupling with His Holy Instruments of Meterological Terror. Zeus, Schmeus: the Christian God can do better than lightning bolts. He will Wreak His [...]
New Hampshire Governor John Lynch may conclude that although he personally opposes gay marriage, the Constitution of the United States requires him as governor to act in a manner ensuring the equal treatment of all New Hampshire residents under both federal and state law. [...]
Democrats who think they can sit back and start celebrating the election of Barack Obama as President of the United States need to remember the primary lesson of New Hampshire. [...]
Inside operators within the beltway of Washington, DC love to tell the rest of us how it has to be, and how anybody who thinks otherwise is just naive and wouldn’t understand. The next time you hear some DC insider telling you how it has to be, remember this:
Sam Waterston made a speech in [...]
When Sam Waterston says people outside of Iowa and New Hampshire have no say in who is picked to run for President on the Democratic and Republican Party tickets, he’s just plain wrong. [...]