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16-Dec-2004 - My Year of Living Dangerously

25-Nov-2004 - Corporate Support for Republicans

24-Nov-2004 - Seventy!

12-Nov-2004 - Quick Update

1-Nov-2004 - Election Eve News

1-Nov-2004 - Endorsement

1-Nov-2004 - Latest Polls

31-Oct-2004 - Words of Encouragement

31-Oct-2004 - Vote for Kerry Even in Safe States

31-Oct-2004 - Halloween Election News

30-Oct-2004 - Today's Political News

29-Oct-2004 - Political News of the Day

28-Oct-2004 - John Kerry's Historic Endorsements

28-Oct-2004 - 25 Years Combating LGBT Violence

28-Oct-2004 - Daily Political Updates

28-Oct-2004 - How You Can Protect Your Right to Vote

27-Oct-2004 - The Last Straw

27-Oct-2004 - Conservative Quotes for Kerry

27-Oct-2004 - Breaking Political News

27-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 5

26-Oct-2004 - Another Look at Taking Back the Senate

26-Oct-2004 - Breaking News of the Day

25-Oct-2005 - Breaking Political News of the Day

24-Oct-2004 - Can the Democrats Regain the House?

23-Oct-2004 - Early Voting Trends

23-Oct-2004 - Bits and Pieces, Volume 4

22-Oct-2004 - Bush OKs New Corporate Tax Cut

22-Oct-2004 - Beware Fox News and MSNBC

21-Oct-2004 - Gymnast Paul Hamm Gets to Keep Gold

20-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 4

20-Oct-2004 - Bits and Pieces, Volume 3

19-Oct-2004 - Movies Released in 2004

18-Oct-2004 - Bits and Pieces, Volume 2

18-Oct-2004 - The Crystal Prison

17-Oct-2004 - What If There's a Tie?

16-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 3

15-Oct-2004 - Endorsements for John Kerry

13-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 2

13-Oct-2004 - Bits and Pieces, Volume 1

12-Oct-2004 - Ranked Choice Voting Hits San Francisco

7-Oct-2004 - Notable Quotes, Volume 1

7-Oct-2004 - Prince Adares Shows Signs of Royal Affinity

7-Oct-2004 - Controlling the U.S. Senate

7-Oct-2004 - Key Battleground States

6-Oct-2004 - Democratic Hopes for the 2004 Elections

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November 1, 2004

Election Eve Political News

With the election tomorrow, The Imperial Gazette is going to try to stay on top of breaking campaign news.


Bush Blasted by His Former Secretary of the Treasury

Paul O'Neill, who served for two years as the Secretary of the Treasury under George W. Bush, has once again come out against his former boss, saying that he never saw evidence that the White House had proof that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, and he characterized the war in Iraq as a huge failure. O'Neill previously infuriating the White House by declaring that Bush was like "a blind man in a room of deaf people."  (more...)


Kerry Presidency Could Mean Cheaper Oil

Fuel analysts predict that if John Kerry is elected president, gas prices for consumers could drop by as much as 10% because Kerry would be more willing than Bush to use the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to help consumers.  (more...)


Ohio Judges Rebuff GOP Voter Intimidation Efforts

Today, two judges in Ohio ruled against Republican Party officials who wanted to station representatives to challenge voters in polling locations throughout the state.

U.S. District Judge Susan Dlott in Cincinnati ruled that the challengers were not experienced in the electoral process and therefore should not be questioning prospective voters on their eligibility. She ordered GOP officials to leave the eligibility assessments to trained polling workers. The plaintiffs in the case argued that the GOP was focusing on precincts with large minority populations in order to intimidate African American voters and discourage them from voting.

In a similar case in Akron, U.S. District Judge John Adams ruled that the law allowing voter challenges by political parties was unconstitutional because it did not give prospective voters an opportunity to appeal in time to cast a ballot.

Political parties will still be allowed to observe polling locations and take notes on perceived improprieties.  (more...)


Newspapers Oppose State Efforts to Ban Gay Marriage

In the 11 states considering state constitutional amendments to ban gay marriages, newspapers are editorializing against the proposed amendments by a 10 to 1 margin, according to the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).

Of the 73 newspapers that have published editorials about their state measures, 67 are opposed to the measures and only five are in support. GLAAD points out that it's not a sign of liberal bias in the media: although all five papers that support their amendments also endorsed George Bush for president, many other papers that endorsed Bush are opposing their anti-gay state initiatives.  (more...)


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