Campaign contributions from Michigan to Wichita City Council Member Jeff Longwell are an example of a pay-to-play culture in Wichita that must end.
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California’s Capitol left this comment at the bottom of a column by the Sacramento Bee’s Dan Morain about State Treasurer Bill Lockyer and his qualifications to be California State University Chancellor:
The 427,000 students and 44,000 faculty and staff of the California State University system would be terrifically lucky to have State Treasurer Bill Lockyer as their next chancellor.
Lockyer has 40 years of experience resolving a ridiculously large number of vexing issues with creativity, compromise and cajoling. His intellectual curiosity and love of mastering a rubric-like challenge is unmatched in the state Capitol. He’s a principled pragmatist skilled in reaching consensus.
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DES MOINES, Iowa– Today, Republican Party of Iowa Chairman A.J. Spiker issued the following statement on the upcoming retention vote of Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins. Justice Wiggins faces a vote in the November general election on whether or not he will retain his seat on the bench. “The Republican Party of Iowa believes we [...]
Friday was a big day for Kevin Klein, a Metro lawyer who helped the city win a big case as it successfully defended Metro Schools’ 2008 rezoning plan against claims that it violated equal-protection rights. It also was one of … Continue reading →
The penumbra of Gov. Bill Haslam’s greatness and legend stretches clear across the Appalachian Mountains. That anyway, seems to be the theory of Mitt Romney’s campaign, which enlisted the aid of the Tennessee Republican in western North Carolina Wednesday. Haslam … Continue reading →
State Rep. Kelly Keisling, a first-term lawmaker from Byrdstown, passed along a conspiracy theory email to constituents this week and rapidly reaped the sort of political firestorm that only the Internet can deliver. Through an aide using his email account … Continue reading →
Kansas Republican senators should pass the Health Care Freedom Amendment, writes U.S. Representative Tim Huelskamp.
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