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Opinion: Voters to Decide Military Spending Priorities This Fall

Only paying attention to media coverage, one can summarize the general election hinges solely on two issues: coronavirus and the idea — or lack thereof — “Law and Order” in our nation’s big cities. Other issues like security from foreign threats and the economy affect daily lives just as much and will remain top-of-mind on

Politics

Hobbs confident safeguards are in place for smooth, secure Aug. 4 primary

A lot goes into running a successful election in a normal year, but in the era of COVID-19 that also includes 3,200 gallons of hand sanitizer. That’s one of several items on a shopping list that includes gloves, masks and face shields, as state elections officials work to make sure they have safeguards in place

Opinion

Opinion: Enough Made for TV; Make Political Conventions for the Voters – Point

In America’s first century, when travel was arduous and news was mostly local, making decisions with people of other cities and states, and sharing the opinions of your neighbors back home, required a formal gathering of citizens from near and far. It’s one reason behind the creation of the Electoral College, and why political parties

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