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Single-member districts prevail over countywide commissioner elections in Sarasota County referendum vote

Editor: Why does this special election matter to Charlotte County? $100,000 in  dark money from Tallahassee did not dissuade voters from  re-affirming their preference for  distinct district representation for its commissioners, rather than a county-wide tally, which can be slanted to achieve political objectives, e.g., development favoritism and/or all single party candidates elected to squelch

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Biden can hope the worst is behind him

By Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post Columnist, March 6, 2022. President Biden just had one of his better weeks. He delivered a well-received State of the Union address. His stewardship of the unified democratic alliance has exceeded expectations, while heroic Ukrainians have set off an unexpected outpouring of public excitement and admiration. By week’s end at least

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