VoteCircle Quick Summary (From the City of Philadelphia Voter Education Handbook) This proposed amendment to the Home Rule Charter would add a new Office to the Administrative branch of City government: the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Affairs. The Office would be headed by the Director of LGBT Affairs, appointed by the … Continue reading Philadelphia Voters Deciding Whether to Add an Office of LGBT Affairs to the City Roster.
VoteCircle Quick Summary Why I support campaign finance reform? By Rosa Palomino Over the past two months, a loud debate has been happening across Biscayne Bay in the city of Miami Beach where they also have an election for their city commission. The current mayor and an outgoing commissioner decided to raise over $1.5 Million … Continue reading Does this country need campaign finance reform? A local point of view.
VoteCircle Quick Summary (Adapted from San Francisco’s Ballot Simplification Committee) Proposition F would limit short-term rentals of a unit to 75 days per year, regardless of whether the rental is hosted (owner lives there during the rental) or unhosted (owner doesn’t live there during the rental). After being rented for 75 days, the unit could … Continue reading City of San Francisco – Proposition F Summary
Bernie Sanders stood before the American people via telecast and passionately waived his finger as he fired ideological artillery against the state of campaign finance in this country. Like small caliber projectiles clearing a fully automatic weapon’s chamber, so came the words out of Bernie’s mouth. “Our campaign finance system is corrupt and is undermining … Continue reading I see your revolution and raise you one evolution!
First, let’s get some basics out of the way. The debate is 8:30 EST Tuesday on CNN. (7:30 CDT, 6:30 MDT, 5:30 PDT) Anderson Cooper is moderating. Now that we know you’ll be watching, here’s what you should be watching for: Joe Biden: The vice-president hasn’t said he’s not running and there’s been something a … Continue reading Tuesday’s Democratic Presidential Candidate Debate: Who has the most to gain?