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Early voting numbers signal big turnout for midterms as Voter Suppression looms

According to the New York Times, “vote totals have increased almost 200 percent at the same point since the last gubernatorial election.” Typically high turnout favors the Democratic Party. ...

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Young Americans are more likely to vote this year than past two midterms, new poll finds

      Young Americans under the age of 30, mobilized in part by strong disapproval of President Trump and a desire for Democrats to control Congress, are likelier to vote this year than they were ahead of midterm elections in 2014 and 2010, according to a new poll. ...

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The geography of voting — and not voting

The geography of voting — and not voting ...

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Ron Brown Scholarship Program for African American Students

Ron Brown Scholarship Program for African American Students ...

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Meet Judie C. Nance

Inspired by her grandchildren, Judie C. Nance has published her first book, Short & Virtuous Bedtime Stories for Children, with the help of her family. ...

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Be on the Lookout for Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot

-The Broward County Supervisor of Elections’ Office would like to inform voters that approximately 203,000 vote-by-mail ballots will be going out in the mail on October 2, 2018 ...

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What is Our Legacy

To me, it is a combination of all three. A legacy is a type of personal achievement record, like being “on the record.” It is what we each do with the time given us — how we use or abuse that time and the “God given” gifts and talents we are each bestowed. ...

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Can You Benefit From an Annuity?

Retirement isn’t cheap. You may have heard that you will need 70 percent to 80 percent of your pre-retirement income, but the real figure might even be higher, depending on your circumstances. ...

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