Saturday, October 25, 2014

Hillary Clinton: It's not businesses that create jobs

Former secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally for Massachusetts Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley in Boston, Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. (Stephan Savoia, AP) An odd moment from Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail Friday – and one she may regret.

Source: Hillary Clinton: It's not businesses that create jobs

Susan J. Demas: Angry undecided voters, not mythical moderates, will decide 2014 election

Undecided voters are mad as hell, and they're not going to take it anymore. Now as we're less than two weeks away from the 2014 election, anxiety reigns, and swing voters are frustrated. They've been vexed by Obamacare, then ISIS, and now Ebola.

Source: Susan J. Demas: Angry undecided voters, not mythical moderates, will decide 2014 election

Campaign finance officials aim to cure the paper-obsessed Senate through crowd-sourcing, algorithms

Revenge of the Democrats: Wealthy liberals top list of super PAC donors in 2014

In a reversal from 2012, liberal billionaires top the list of biggest super PAC donors with a little more than two weeks to go before Election Day.

Source: Revenge of the Democrats: Wealthy liberals top list of super PAC donors in 2014

Early voting alters campaigns' strategies, costs

For over 1 million Californians, the Nov. 4 election is over. That's because they've already voted. A growing throng of early voters in the nation's most populous state — perhaps comprising half of all votes to be cast in California's general election — has stretched Election Day into weeks.

Source: Early voting alters campaigns' strategies, costs

Campaigns scramble with new Colorado election laws

DENVER (AP) — Democrats and Republicans battling in close contests for the governor's office and U.S. Senate in Colorado are wading into new territory with the advent of Election-Day voter registration and ballots being mailed to every registered elector.

Source: Campaigns scramble with new Colorado election laws

Wacky S.F. election mailers entertain, even if truth suffers

Lamest back-and-forth: Supervisors Chiu and Campos are vying for an Assembly seat and are trying to distinguish themselves, which is difficult since they’re both liberal 44-year-old supervisors named David who hold law degrees from Harvard and vote the same way most of the time.

Source: Wacky S.F. election mailers entertain, even if truth suffers