A statewide recount of the presidential vote appears inevitable after a pair of third-party candidates said they have collected enough money to pay for it.
The recount would be conducted after the election results are certified in early December.
Libertarian Michael Badnarik and the Green Party's David Cobb said on Monday they raised more than $150,000 in four days, mostly in small contributions.
Ohio law requires payment of $10 per precinct for a recount, or $113,600 statewide. ...
Whether or not there were serious enough problems at the Polls in Ohio to actually change the results in the Presidential Election is a questionable premise.
But most of the activity concerned about any possible shenanigans has percolated almost exclusively on the Internet, and not in the mainstream media.
Today the Boston Globe reported on the allegations that the media are Ã¢â‚¬Ëœcovering upÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ election day stories.
One rumor has it that MSNBCÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Keith Olberman, host of ...
The Sallie Mae Fund has been providing latino high school students with On the road: the paying for college tour. This coast to coast bus tour is designed to help educate latino youth and families about planning and paying for college.
This tour started after the largest ever survey of latino perspectives revealed that three out of four latino young adults not in college would have been more likely to attend college if they had better information about financial aid. Alonso High Sc...
Jimmy Walter was our guest. Walter, a Democratic philanthropist and heir to the Jim Walter fortune , is spending millions of dollars on advertising in addition to the $1,500,000 already spent on another advertising blitz in AmericaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s most prominent newspapers and magazines. This time the full-page ads will specifically target the New York market: New York Times, New York Daily News, Wall Street Journal, New Yorker, The Howard Stern show etc. The theme of the new ads based upon a Z...
The guests were: the president of the Tampa Independent Business Alliance , Carla Jimenez, (TIBA) www.tibatampa.org and Stacy Mitchell , author of The Home Town Advantage: How Chain Stores are Harming Our Communities and What We Can Do About It. They discussed the impact of "big box" stores on local economies. Jimenez is co-owner of Inkwood Books and Mitchell is a board member of the American Independent Business Alliance (http://www.amiba.net/), a researcher with the Institute for L...
The newly constructed Board of Hillsborough County Commissioners convened this morning in Tampa to name new a new Chairman and assign Commissioners to the various boards on which they are to serve.
Unlike previous times, the nomination for a new Chairman and Vice Chair were voted on the first ballot Ã¢â‚¬â€œ as nominated by County Commissioner Rhonda Storms (roll tape#1
o.q.Ã¢â‚¬?Mark Sharpe for ChaplainÃ¢â‚¬?)
Mark Sharpe and Brian Blair are the 2 new faces on the Com...
Pinellas county administrator Steve Spratt spoke in front of the suncoast tiger bay club this afternoon in Clearwater. Spratt has been the counties administrator for the past 4 years; he said his biggest obstacle is getting the different government entities within the county to work together to solve problems and cut costs.
Ã¢â‚¬ËœWe have too many layers of government and they re too vulcanized; this is the impediment to solving problems, we have 24 cities, fire dept, taxing dist...
Our guests were debating proposals being floated by Bush Administration allies to create private Social Security accounts for younger workers.
MARK WEISBROT, http://www.cepr.net Weisbrot, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research and co-author of "Social Security: The Phony Crisis," said it's false to believe that Social Security was "running out of money." He says according to the Social Security Trustees' Report, the standard source for economists as well as both the Bush...
Of the 8 Constitutional Amendment placed on the Florida Ballot earlier this month, the vote on Amendment 4- which would allow Miami/Dade and Broward Counties to vote on allowing for more gambling, was by far the closest.
The measure narrowly won Ã¢â‚¬â€œ but the opponents say that there were statistical anomalies that make them question the final result, and today they announced a lawsuit against the Broward County Supervisor of Elections, demanding a rccount of all the absentee ballo...
The Boca Raton News reported last week that more than a dozen traumatized John Kerry supporters have sought and received therapy from a licensed Florida psychologist since their candidate lost to President BushÃ¢â‚¬Â¦.
Boca Raton trauma specialist Douglas Schooler said he has treated 15 clients and friends with Ã¢â‚¬Å“intense hypnotherapyÃ¢â‚¬? since the Democratic nominee conceded 12 days agoÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
Now journalist Gene Stone has come up with a book to help those still depress...