The second most liberal city isn’t New York, famed for its war on Big Soda. It isn’t Chicago, where President Obama’s former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel is mayor. And it isn’t Seattle, where they are gradually hiking the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
No, the second most liberal city in the United States is … Washington, D.C. Read More
2014 KEY ELECTION EVENTS & ACTIONS
FOR ALL FIRST COAST TEA PARTY MEMBERS
++++++++VOTING THE PRIMARY IS A MUST+++++++++
Everyday thru Aug 26th - ielect canvassing and building your sphere to get conservative vote out. See step by step youtube instructions under Groups tab at GOTV Team.
Everyday thru Aug 19th – Emphasize voting mailed Absentee Ballots. Can pick up & deliver thru Aug 26th.
Everyday thru July 28th– Convert minor party voters to be eligible to vote in the Primary
June 28 - Candidate Research complete
July 12 – Absentee mailing for overseas uniformed and civilian voters
July 21 - Conservative Citizen releases picks
July 22 - July 29 - Absentee mailing for domestic voters
July 28 - Voter registration deadline for Primary Election
Aug 9 – 24, 2014 *Optional Early Voting
Aug 16 – 23, 2014 Mandatory Early Voting sites open (Minimum 8 days)
August 26 – Absentee Ballots must be in Election Office before 7:00 pm
Aug 26, 2014 Primary Election Day
Everyday thru Nov 4th - ielect canvassing and building your sphere to get conservative vote out. See step by step youtube instructions under Groups tab at GOTV Team
Everyday thru Oct 28th – Emphasize voting mailed Absentee Ballots. Can pick up & deliver thru Nov 4th.
Sep 19 – Conservative Citizen releases picks
Sep 20 – Absentee mailing for overseas uniformed military and civilian voters
Sep 30 – Oct 7 – Absentee mailing for domestic voters
Oct 6 – Voter registration deadline for General Election
Oct 18 – Nov 2 – *Optional Early Voting
Oct 25 – Nov 1 – Mandatory Early Voting sites open (Minimum 8 days)
Nov 4 – Absentee Ballots must be in Election Office before 7:00 pm
Nov 4 – General Election Day – Victory
*Each county Supervisor of Elections may at his or her own discretion offer additional days
First of all let me thank The Florida Times Union for giving me an opportunity to learn under US-Pakistan Professional Partnership Program for Journalists. Since I am with you, I have been thinking on the ways that can enable me to make this visit of mine to US as a fruitful one. I am not just a journalist but a PhD scholar and researcher as well and most of my stories that I file in my newspaper are based on extensive research as newspaper stories in my point of view deserve more research because a large number of people read those stories and each word has it's own discrete value.
On the same, I have developed a questionnaire, which I want to get filled from the US Citizens. this questionnaire covers the following areas.
1. The Media in a Democratic Society.
2. Civil and Political Rights.
3. The Rule of Law and Access to Justice.
4. Civilian Control of Military and Police.
5. Democratic Role of Political Parties.
6. International Dimensions of Democracy.
These areas are the most problematic areas of governance in Pakistan. And these areas are the strongest areas of American Democracy too. So I want to take this opportunity to educate our people to learn from US. This can only be done through a simultaneous comparative study. For this purpose I have developed this questionnaire with a lot of hard work. I wish that if you can complete this form, It will be a great favor.
With thanks at the completion, I shall then submit the complete report to my newspaper in Pakistan and Florida Times-Union for publication. This will not only enhance the importance of our visit to US but will also add value to the program and it's impact on both of the societies. If there are any questions you need to ask, I would be happy to respond. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The First Coast Tea Party hosted a free Straw Poll on July 19th for all 2014 Federal and State Candidates on the primary ballot for Clay, Duval and St. Johns Counties. This Straw Poll was open to the public and a media release was issued to encourage voters to attend. The Duval Supervisor of Elections, Mr. Jerry Holland, was the moderator of the event and provided oversight to the Tabulation Team for the ballot count. …Continue