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Quarterly newsletter: PIN adds value for election coverage

Public Insight Network Newsletter Q3 2012 In this quarter’s installment of the Public Insight Network newsletter, we look at recent […]

Tulsa County Voters ‘Mixed’ on Vision2 Propositions, Poll Suggests

Tulsa County voters seem mixed on the two-part Vision2 ballot question, a new poll suggests. Vision2′s quality-of-life Proposition 2 appears […]

Florida’s New Battleground: The State Supreme Court

In Florida, Supreme Court justices are nominated by a commission and appointed by the governor. Every six years, they’re up […]

How Sandy’s Path Could Chart A Course For Romney’s Victory

Over the pre-election weekend, we began hearing people, mostly Republicans, say that if Mitt Romney does not win the presidency […]

When Will We Know Who Won?

Everybody tries to predict who will win. What we wonder, though, is when will we know whether it will be […]

All Across Syria, A Bloody Day

The fighting in Syria was both nasty and widespread on Monday. Here’s a summary of some of the worst fighting: […]

EPA Cites Hyundai, Kia For Inflating Gas Mileage On 900,000 Cars

If you bought a Hyundai or Kia over the past three years, you could soon be getting some money back […]

Legal Battle Surrounds Florida Early Voting Dispute

Early voting ended in Florida on Saturday. But on Sunday, some county elections officials opened their offices to allow people […]

Hard-Hit Long Island Awaits Power As Temps Drop

A week after Hurricane Sandy hit the region, roughly 1 million people are still without power in the New York […]

Crossroads GPS Redefines ‘Social Welfare’ Political Action

With all the really big numbers flying around this campaign season, here’s one more: $165,062,250. That’s how much Karl Rove’s […]

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