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By Association of Mature American Citizens
We need to use that political clout to compel focus on issues of importance to voters of all ages

By Association of Mature American Citizens
Despite polls that show a majority of Americans are unhappy with Democratic policies

By Countable
New function on Countable, America’s hottest political app, is taking accountability to a whole new level

By Friends of John Cisar
John Cisar of Essex, Vermont, officially announces his candidacy for Chittenden County State Senate.  Cisar will be appearing on the November 4th general election ballot and asks for your support to help make Vermont a more affordable place to live.

By University of Massachuetts Boston
Offers 1-Day Teacher Professional Development Program in Senate Simulation Module

By Carter Law Offices
"If St. Charles County Missouri voters support the county-wide red-light camera ban it will send a powerful message to our elected Representatives and Senators that a statewide ban is needed,"

By NET LIFE Financial, USA
NET LIFE Financial will make its LCMO and LCDO products available to THE CORKER-WARNER HOUSING FINANCE REFORM AND TAXPAYER PROTECTION ACT (S. 1217) to aid in its passing and immediate implementation.

By Countable
Countable, the fastest growing app to influence lawmakers, today enters mobile market today

By The Aaron McCready Show
In a hotly contested United States Senate seat, Candidate Karen Handel will be LIVE on The Aaron McCready Show, Monday, March 31.  The show airs live 8pm-10pm. The Aaron McCready Show is the new voice of Conservative Talk Radio.

By Jim Jenkins for Senate
“American political system needs more competition not less.”

By Fraser For Congress
Aaron Fraser to run against first term incumbent Donald Payne Jr.

By My History Can Beat Up Your Politics
While outright rejection of Presidential Cabinet nominees are rare, future nominees may face a more difficult time as sleeping constitutional power looms.

By BQB Publishing
Keith Donaldson’s Senate Cloakroom Cabal pits two strong female protagonists against DC’s most corrupt politicians and the all-powerful drug lobby. The book releases October 25, 2012 and is available now for prerelease reviews.

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Bill S. 2321 is launched to augment bill H.R. 3760, which was introduced to the House of Representatives by Congressman Albio Sires (D-NJ13) in December

By Omega Consulting Enterprises
One of the country's most prestigious bookstores will now be offering the bestselling guide, Body, Mind & Spirit:The Awakening, to help jumpstart our key decision makers in the Nations Capital.

By Jeff Weber
Bill was introduced Dec. 20 by New Jersey Congressman Albio Sires

By Stenberg for Senate 2012 Committee
Nebraska State Treasurer and U.S. Senate candidate Don Stenberg, today urged members of the U.S. Senate to vote in favor of the Hatch/Lee balanced budget amendment and reject the Udall/Nelson Democrat-led “phony” version.

By Vote4Carter.com
Senate Bill 437 Would Deprive Voters of Their Right to Cast One Vote for Each Candidate on Her Own Merits. If Missouri voters wanted Lt. Governors and Governors of the same party, isn’t that what we would have now? Elections Should Be Non-Partisan

By Swordfish Communications
New Jersey State Fraternal Order of Police cites 6th District Candidate’s stand on pension, benefits.

By Immigration Voice
Dr.Puneet Arora from Immigration Voice, a grass-roots organization representing high-skilled immigrants, will testify on Capitol Hill on July 26th, 2011, 10 PM ET

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By Association of Mature American Citizens
We need to use that political clout to compel focus on issues of importance to voters of all ages

By Association of Mature American Citizens
Despite polls that show a majority of Americans are unhappy with Democratic policies

By Greg Palast
Al Jazeera exposé: New voter suppression tactic threatens 3.5 million Racial minorities targeted in false claims of voting twice, in two states Georgia Democrats angry purge begun in secret A special investigation by Greg Palast for Al Jazeera America...

By Countable
New function on Countable, America’s hottest political app, is taking accountability to a whole new level

By Friends of John Cisar
John Cisar of Essex, Vermont, officially announces his candidacy for Chittenden County State Senate.  Cisar will be appearing on the November 4th general election ballot and asks for your support to help make Vermont a more affordable place to live.

By University of Massachuetts Boston
Offers 1-Day Teacher Professional Development Program in Senate Simulation Module

By Carter Law Offices
"If St. Charles County Missouri voters support the county-wide red-light camera ban it will send a powerful message to our elected Representatives and Senators that a statewide ban is needed,"

By NET LIFE Financial, USA
NET LIFE Financial will make its LCMO and LCDO products available to THE CORKER-WARNER HOUSING FINANCE REFORM AND TAXPAYER PROTECTION ACT (S. 1217) to aid in its passing and immediate implementation.

By Countable
Countable, the fastest growing app to influence lawmakers, today enters mobile market today

By Institute for Global Ethics
IGE’s President and CEO, Anthony J. Gray, is looking to build a more ethical society through partnerships

By The Aaron McCready Show
In a hotly contested United States Senate seat, Candidate Karen Handel will be LIVE on The Aaron McCready Show, Monday, March 31.  The show airs live 8pm-10pm. The Aaron McCready Show is the new voice of Conservative Talk Radio.

By ALIPAC
ALIPAC is updating its endorsements list to help voters in 2014 pick between candidates who support America's existing immigration and border laws and those who would destroy America's borders with immigration reform amnesty for illegal aliens.

By Jim Jenkins for Senate
“American political system needs more competition not less.”

By Executive Gov
ExecutiveGov is part of Executive Mosaic's portfolio of media properties and serves its executive audience by covering stories focused on federal agencies, U.S. foreign policy and each branch of government.

By American Association for Long Term Care Insurance
The U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging listened to advocates for an individual mandate to buy long term care insurance, an unlikely prospect reports the director of the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance.

By Fraser For Congress
Aaron Fraser to run against first term incumbent Donald Payne Jr.

By Terry Whitney For Michigan
Dear Senator, As a Senate Candidate running, and a fellow Democrat, I find what you and the rest of the Career politicians are doing in Washington disgusting.

By Brooks International
Offers Expertise on Energy, Climate Change, Conservation, and U.S. Politics

By The New New Internet
ExecutiveGov unveiled a number of timely and important news items this week geared toward the government and government contracting executive.

By Office of Senator Judi Buckley
On Friday, March 15, 2013 Senator Judi Buckley and staff attended the Evelyn M. Williams Elementary School VITAL (V.I.

By Central Park Communications
By following the political strategies of President Bill Clinton and Senator Paul Simon, Ashley Judd may have a better chance at a Kentucky U.S. Senate seat than pundits think.

By My History Can Beat Up Your Politics
While outright rejection of Presidential Cabinet nominees are rare, future nominees may face a more difficult time as sleeping constitutional power looms.

By Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc. (LPP)
Scientists at green energy start-up Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc. (LPP) today endorsed the recent call of Abell Foundation Executive Director Robert Embry for Senate hearings intended to accelerate the US fusion energy program.

By Catholic Relief Services
Comprehensive immigration reform must address the social and economic forces that cause people to migrate.

By P. Matthew Cauley
The result of the hotly contested 2012 election seems to have left the country as divided as ever on how to fix the government.

By Executive Mosaic
ExecutiveGov publishes a number of stories daily detailing the news of the federal government

By American Tea Party Congress
The American Tea Party Congress withholds endorsement of either State Sen. Kyrillos or incumbent Sen. Menendez in New Jersey 2012 US Senate race. Neither share its goals of restoring constitutionally limited government and fiscal responsibility.

By BQB Publishing
Keith Donaldson’s Senate Cloakroom Cabal pits two strong female protagonists against DC’s most corrupt politicians and the all-powerful drug lobby. The book releases October 25, 2012 and is available now for prerelease reviews.

By Omnicom Press
Announcing the publication of a new report: As the Senate moves forward on legislation to sanction Russia for human rights abuse, author William Dunkerley's timely analysis suggests Senators may have been hoodwinked by foreign agitators.

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Bill S. 2321 is companion legislation to H.R. 3760, which was introduced by Congressman Albio Sires in December

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Bill S. 2321 is launched to augment bill H.R. 3760, which was introduced to the House of Representatives by Congressman Albio Sires (D-NJ13) in December

By William Gheen
Candidates for Congress and US Senate are being asked to complete ALIPAC's 2012 federal candidate survey and pledge.

By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Maryland is about to join about a dozen other states and jurisdictions in banning smoking in cars when children are present, notes the public interest law professor who started the movement to protect children for secondhand tobacco smoke years ago.

By Bryce Harlow Foundation
The lobbying and government relations community will gather for an evening of camaraderie to honor the recipient of the Bryce Harlow Award, Senator Joe Lieberman, and the Business-Government Relations Award, Josephine Cooper, on March 21, 2012.

By David Pardo
Actions by Justice Department lawyers raise concerns about possible cover-up involving the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board

By Lelani Clark
Southeast Queens Clergy Group to Rally in Support of Four Falsely Charged with Fraud by New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Claiming Hostile Environment Against African Americans and People of Color in Politics

By Dolan Marketing Services Inc
Ted Todd, owner of Ted Todd Insurance Agency, is pleased to support the new Florida Senate Bill 1860 to reform Motor Vehicle Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance to reduce rising PIP fraud issues that have raised insurance rates in Florida.

By Omega Consulting Enterprises
One of the country's most prestigious bookstores will now be offering the bestselling guide, Body, Mind & Spirit:The Awakening, to help jumpstart our key decision makers in the Nations Capital.

By Jeff Weber
Bill was introduced Dec. 20 by New Jersey Congressman Albio Sires

By Stenberg for Senate 2012 Committee
Nebraska State Treasurer and U.S. Senate candidate Don Stenberg, today urged members of the U.S. Senate to vote in favor of the Hatch/Lee balanced budget amendment and reject the Udall/Nelson Democrat-led “phony” version.

By Vote4Carter.com
Senate Bill 437 Would Deprive Voters of Their Right to Cast One Vote for Each Candidate on Her Own Merits. If Missouri voters wanted Lt. Governors and Governors of the same party, isn’t that what we would have now? Elections Should Be Non-Partisan

By The Webster Institute
The Webster Institute, a United States policy and strategy development consortia based around the pragmatic, moderate approach, released a list of US legislators recently which it calls, "The Moderate Caucus."

By Swordfish Communications
Candidate for N.J. 6th District seat offering real solutions to troubles plaguing New Jerseyans.

By Swordfish Communications
New Jersey State Fraternal Order of Police cites 6th District Candidate’s stand on pension, benefits.

By Immigration Voice
Dr.Puneet Arora from Immigration Voice, a grass-roots organization representing high-skilled immigrants, will testify on Capitol Hill on July 26th, 2011, 10 PM ET

By Parsons Marketing | PR | Design
Nebraska State Treasurer and U.S. Senate candidate Don Stenberg said today that he strongly opposes Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's scheme to allow President Obama to increase the debt ceiling without cutting federal spending.

By Parsons Marketing | PR | Design
Don Stenberg, Nebraska State Treasurer and Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, said today that President Obama and Senator Ben Nelson have no plans to address the nation’s budget deficits that threaten the U.S. economy.

By Lion'esque Media
Day-Long Event to Include CEO Roundtable at U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Bipartisan Luncheon on Capitol Hill Hosted by Steny Hoyer, Keynote Address from IAC Chairman Barry Diller, and Special Event at the White House

By Greater Lowell Tea Party
New England Tea Party Leaders to Meet with Congressional Leaders on Wednesday

By Caren Lancona
PRO-LIFER Kenneth Del Vecchio is Acclaimed Filmmaker. Bestselling Author, Film Fest Chairman...and former Judge



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