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  1. Ohio Supreme Court Rules to Keep Libertarians on State BallotRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WKSU-FM Kent

    Five different members of the Libertarian party who put Johnson and Weld on the statewide ballot as independent candidates wanted the Secretary of State's office to recognize the Libertarian party as a political party on future ballots since the candidates got more than three percent of the vote in November 2016 election. After all, Ohio law says political parties can be listed on future ballots if their candidates maintain 3 percent of the vote in elections.


  2. Data suggests third-party candidates significantly reduce voter turnoutRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    The number of votes Stein got in Michigan and Wisconsin exceeded the gap between Clinton and Trump in those states. If you assume that Stein voters were more liberal than conservative and therefore more likely to support Clinton than Trump, Stein could have been a spoiler in those two states.


  3. President Trump Is No Good Reason to End a RelationshipRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    A disagreement over who to vote for, or not vote for, isn't a good reason to end a relationship, whether familial, intimate, or just friendly. Even if the politician voted for does great harm.


  4. Here's why Ohio's Libertarians can't get their party name on the ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    The Ohio Supreme Court on Friday rejected a complaint from members of Ohio's Libertarian Party that Secretary of State Jon Husted improperly decided to keep the party's designation from appearing on future ballots. In a 6-1 ruling, the court held that Husted was correct when he asserted Libertarians could not use the vote totals from Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, who got 3.17 percent of the vote in November's election, as means to get the party's name to appear with candidates' names.


  5. Ohio Supreme Court Won't Put Libertarian Party on the BallotRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Ballot Access News

    On January 20, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled 6-1 that the fact that Gary Johnson got more than 3% of the vote in Ohio in November 2016 does not create a new ballot-qualified party.


  6. Court: Husted legally denied party status to Libertarians Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch

    Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted acted lawfully in denying the Libertarian Party designation as a political party based on the Nov. 8 election showing of its independent presidential candidate, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled this afternoon. In a 6-1 decision, the justices denied a request by Libertarian Party members to reverse Husted's finding that the party was not entitled to state recognition since its presidential ticket of Gary Johnson and William Weld appeared as independents on Nov. 8 ballot.


  7. Libertarians lose to Ohio elections chief over party statusRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago |

    The Ohio Supreme Court has sided with the state elections chief in a dispute over Libertarians' party status in the bellwether state. In a 6-1 decision Friday, justices rejected the party's claim that its presidential nominee Gary Johnson secured more than the 3 percent of the vote in November necessary to qualify the Libertarians as an official party under Ohio law.


  8. Donald Trump and the Libertarian FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    We need a new, individualized operating system for politics and it will happen on the new president's watch, whether he wants it or not. Donald Trump is nobody's idea of a libertarian but his presidency provides a tremendous opportunity to advance libertarian policies, outcomes, and aspirations in our politics and broader culture.


  9. Poll: Young Americans doubt mediaa s ability to cover TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | O-R Online

    The Observer-Reporter is excited to announce new digital offerings, including our new e-Edition apps, available for download in the iTunes & Google Play stores.


  10. Governor has yet to name new UNM regentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Lobo

    Former Secretary Treasurer Jack Fortner, right, speaks at a Board of Regents meeting Friday, May 9, 2014 at the SUB. Gov. Martinez has yet to name new Regents.


  11. Will Trump's Wall Actually Work?By Ruben Navarrette Jr.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | The Daily Beast

    If Congress agrees to fund it up front, Trump can get his wall built, and he even has ways to make Mexico pay. But absent a change in U.S. hiring practices, will it work? Is Trump going to keep his promise and build some sort of barrier on a border that spans roughly the full 2,000 miles? Will it be a real "wall" made of brick, stone, and mortar, or the much cheaper alternative of fencing? And will Mexico really pay for it? These questions are fueled by more than idle curiosity.


  12. Sunday Liquor Sales Bill Passes First Test in Minnesota HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | KAAL-TV Austin

    The outcome is not something many small businesses believe will benefit their revenue. Those against the ban says even if stores were open 7 days, small businesses would only generate 6 days worth of sales.


  13. Poll: Young Americans doubt media's ability to cover TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

    Most young Americans are concerned about the media's ability to report on Donald Trump and his efforts to obstruct coverage of his administration, and most think it's at least somewhat likely he will make it harder for Americans to express dissent.


  14. Young Americans doubt media's ability to cover Trump, according to pollRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    President-elect Donald Trump speaks at a news cenference at Trump Tower on Jan. 11, 2017 in New York City. It was his first official news conference since the November elections.


  15. Four McKee/S.I. Tech girls' basketball players to attend Friday's inaugurationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 |

    Four members of the McKee/Staten Island Tech girls' basketball team -- Erin Graham, Caila Marashaj, Paulina Mendez and Jessica Curcio -- will be in attendance Friday at the presidential inauguration in Washington, thanks partly to an assist from CSI/McCown head coach Nicole Stefanski. "After it was over, she just thought that the students deserved some kind of reward," said Graham, whose job was to choose the debate format; others' roles included acting the parts of candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Gary Johnson.


  16. At Debug Politics, engineers try to fix everything that went wrong with the 2016 electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 16 | Mashable

    Less than a week before Inauguration Day, Eli Stein and his hackathon team spent their weekend poring over their laptops in hopes of coming up with something that might help improve American politics. Hunched in a circle of armchairs next to dozens of other teams, Stein and his group decided on a project they think might be useful: Waze, but for protests.


  17. Student progressive group plans Inauguration Day rallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 15 | The Daily Lobo

    Protesters march through UNM's Main Campus Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 as part of a University-wide march in solidarity against President-elect Donald Trump coming into office. Another walkout, organized by the UNM Young Progressives Demanding Action, is planned for Friday, the day Trump's administration officially begins.


  18. For Trump, on his big day, a little humility will go a long way: Tony MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 11 |

    President-elect Donald Trump hasn't even taken the oath of office yet and he's already sinking in the polls. According to the Quinnipiac Poll released Jan. 10 , more than half the voters surveyed said the President-elect was not honest.


  19. Rep. John Lewis Says Trump Is Not a "Legitimate President" Due To Russian MeddlingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 14 | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    Few members of Congress have served longer and with more esteem that John Lewis, the Democrat from Georgia. Well-known and universally respected for his civil rights activism , Lewis is also not above slinging partisan mud hard and fast.


  20. David Brock Is Ready to Monetize the ResistanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 13 | New York Magazine

    David Brock has decided to lead the part of the #Resistance that involves throwing parties for tech billionaires. Next week, while Donald Trump makes himself at home in the White House, the Clinton hit man turned ally will gather 120 top Democratic donors at Miami's Turnberry Isle resort for three days of panels, strategy sessions, and not-ready-for-TED talks - all aimed at establishing a liberal version of the Koch brothers' vast political network.