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Election act must uphold equality for everyone

Taipei Times 06 Feb 2023
“Where the members of the Legislative Yuan are to be elected from the indigenous peoples in plain areas and the indigenous peoples in mountain areas, the electoral districts shall be the indigenous peoples in plain areas and the indigenous peoples in mountain areas.”.
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Oregon Democrat Proposes Increasing Congressional ‘Diversity’ By Adding Seats

The Epoch Times 06 Feb 2023
... increase their “diversity,” as well as the diversity of the Electoral College because Blumenauer thinks that congressional districts are too large.
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Cherryville man pleads guilty to his role on breach of U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6

Shelby Star 06 Feb 2023
Congress convened to ascertain and count the electoral votes related to the 2020 presidential election, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia. Sherrill pleaded guilty in the District of Columbia to assaulting, resisting, or impeding law enforcement officers on Jan ... Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.
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Re-entry of ex-mining baron spices up poll scene in parts of Karnataka

Hindustan Times 05 Feb 2023
KRPP is by and large concentrating in certain districts of Kalyana-Karnataka (earlier Hyderabad-Karnataka) region, especially in Ballari, Koppal, and Raichur ... Re-entering Karnataka's electoral politics from outside Ballari district, Reddy has also announced that he will contest the Assembly polls from Gangavathi in Koppal district.
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Re-entry of ex-mining baron G Janardhana Reddy spices up poll scene in parts of Karnataka; here's why

Live Mint 05 Feb 2023
... prohibiting him from visiting Ballari in Karnataka and Ananthpur and Kadapa in Andhra Pradesh. This is the reason why Reddy decided to contest from Gangavathi, the constituency that lies on the border of Ballari district and is about 60 kilometres away from Ballari city.
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Karnataka polls: New party launch by Minister Reddy spices up scenes

The Telegraph India 05 Feb 2023
KRPP is by and large concentrating in certain districts of Kalyana-Karnataka (earlier Hyderabad-Karnataka) region, especially in Ballari, Koppal, and Raichur ... Re-entering Karnataka's electoral politics from outside Ballari district, Reddy has also announced that he will contest the Assembly polls from Gangavathi in Koppal district.
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One-time Zardari confidant Mirza ‘not planning PPP comeback’

Dawn 05 Feb 2023
Electoral showdown with PPP. On Jan 15, PPP swept elections in Badin, grabbing the district council, two municipal committees and eight town committees. In the LG polls, the PPP won 36 out of 64 seats in the district council ... PPP had won 36 seats out of 68 district council seats while Dr Mirza’s group won 32 seats that year.
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One-time Zardari confidant Zulfikar Mirza ‘not planning PPP comeback’

Dawn 05 Feb 2023
Electoral showdown with PPP. On Jan 15, PPP swept elections in Badin, grabbing the district council, two municipal committees and eight town committees. In the LG polls, the PPP won 36 out of 64 seats in the district council ... PPP had won 36 seats out of 68 district council seats while Dr Mirza’s group won 32 seats that year.
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Opinion: Republicans rigged the system in Danbury

News Times 04 Feb 2023
Gerrymandering is the political manipulation of electoral district boundaries with the intent to create undue advantage within the constituency. Gerrymandering artificially manipulates the boundaries of electoral districts to give an advantage to one political party.
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Possible school board races shape up

The Baxter Bulletin 04 Feb 2023
• Be a registered voter of the school district and the electoral zone (specific to the Cotter School District) ... According to Baxter County and Circuit Clerk Canda Reese, candidates must have 20 valid signatures from electors within the district or zone they wish to represent.
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As charges loom over Trump, prosecutors come under fire – a criminal justice expert explains ...

Raw Story 04 Feb 2023
They’re going after me without any protection of my rights by the Supreme Court, or most other courts,” Trump said in January 2022of New York Attorney General Letitia James and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, both of whom are Black ... Electoral politics have always been part of the backdrop of prosecution.
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After decades of visioning, nearly 1,000-unit Sea to Sky development may happen

North Shore News 04 Feb 2023
On Jan. 25, the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District board voted unanimously in favour of adopting rezoning, Official Community Plan amendments and other bylaws related to Fine Peace's application ... That day, only directors Jenna Stoner and Tony Rainbow, who respectively represent the District of Squamish and Electoral Area D, had comments ...  . .
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Will Gillibrand face a primary challenge from the left in 2024?

Fox31 Denver 04 Feb 2023
John Sweeney in the state’s 20th Congressional District, she has moved relatively quickly up the electoral ladder, often tweaking her platforms and positions to address voters’ changing needs. “She then represented a conservative, rural, white, sprawling upstate district,” Reinish said about her time in the House.
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Not so fast: Judge rules Rantoul vote on change back to at-large system premature

The News-Gazette 03 Feb 2023
Shall the village of Rantoul abandon the method of electing trustees from districts so that the trustees shall be hereafter elected on a village-wide basis?”. The question was scheduled to be voted in the April 4 election, but Anderson and Golston filed an objection with the Rantoul Electoral Board, which on Jan.
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George Santos: why the Republicans aren't doing anything about the controversial congressman, yet

The Conversation 03 Feb 2023
The controversial congressman for New York’s 3rd district has admitted embellishing his election campaign. He misled the electorate about his education, falsely claimed his grandparents “survived” the Holocaust, and wrongly suggested that his mother died during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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