HEALTHY TIDBITS Chili Cook Off Fundraiser, January 12, 2013
Are you up for some chili for a cause? There is a fundraiser in Superior for Circle of Hope at the Lost in the 50's, 1819 N. 3rd Street. The time is 2 p.m.-6 p.m.
Contact The 50's to register... Posted on 12/18/12 at 8:42 AM
While it’s pleasing that Virgil Swing, in his column here last week, moved closer to endorsing instant runoff voting, his reticence will hopefully be quickly resolved. IRV is an election improvement whose time has come.
Not only adults are voting today. Across the Northland, students are voting in their schools and at polling places through Kids Voting and other educational programs. Some results already are trickling in.
NEW YORK — CNN will use hologram technology to beam three-dimensional images of its field correspondents onto its Election Center set. NBC News will project a U.S. map on the Rockefeller Plaza ice skating rink, where the states will turn blue and red as the votes come in. ABC News will put the results up on three massive screens in Times Square.
I am writing in regard to the letter from “Registered Voter in North Carolina.” I never tell anyone who I voted for, not even my husband (even though I usually tell him everything). It’s not that I don’t want him to know, but we respect each other’s rights to voting privacy. We have lots of discussions about the candidates and issues, and both research them together. We have similar political views, and through our discussions we pretty much know who the other voted for.
I hate when people ask me who I am voting for, and I always decline to state. My husband went to war to protect our rights — including the right to privacy — and more people should respect them.
— Gloversville, N.Y., Voter
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