Politics

Democrats take the win in Michigan

November 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Michigan will get a blue governor for 2019, as Whitmer beat out Republican candidate Bill Schuette by about 10 points for the highest seat in the state....

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As predicted, Democrats won a majority of seats in the House last night, with 221 seats to the Republicans' 196....

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Talib will make history as the first Palestinian-American woman elected to the US Congress. She will be one of two of the first Muslim women elected to Congress, alongside Somali-American Ilhan Omar of Minnesota....

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Polls indicate the 29-year-old should handily defeat Republican Anthony Pappas in New York’s 14th Congressional District....

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TOVotes: Crawford Wins Ward 20 by 383 Votes

October 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Caitrin Hodson Gary Crawford took Ward 20 in a race against fellow incumbent Michelle Holland-Berardinetti that went down to the wire – the final result decided by 383 votes. It was a race that truly...

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Dan Hollingbery Paula Fletcher won a commanding victory Monday night over Mary Fragedakis in Ward 14, but it was a bittersweet win. Fletcher received nearly half of the vote in Toronto-Danforth, with 16,467 votes cast...

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Anthony Perruzza has defeated Giorgio Mammoliti for the hotly contested Ward 7 seat. Perruza won with 8,336 votes or 36.8 per cent of the vote. Mammoliti was behind in second place and received 5,625 or...

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TOVotes: Matlow beats Mihevic in Ward 12

October 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Ryan Glaysher Josh Matlow pulled out a big election win over councillor Joe Mihevc in the newly amalgamated Ward 12 on Monday night. The veteran councillors were forced into competition as a result of the...

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Ontario Court of Appeal judges unanimously voted in favour of dismissing an earlier ruling that decided the Progressive Conservatives' legislation to cut Toronto council is "unconstitutional."...

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Council members convened for an emergency meeting to discuss their options after Premier Doug Ford announced he will invoke the constitutional notwithstanding clause for the first time in Ontario history....

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