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    HARRISBURG – On November 2, hundreds of local races across Pennsylvania will be on the ballot, but figuring out who funds candidates and how they spend that money can be onerous and time-consuming, a review from Spotlight PA revealed.

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  • New York’s proposed redistribution of ballot draws mixed reviews

    ALBANY, NY (WSKG) – For the second time in seven years, New Yorkers are being called on in the fall poll to change the state’s constitution to make changes to the redistribution process, which maps out all ten years of new lines for the Congress, the Senate and the Assembly neighborhoods. The measure received mixed support from government reform groups. The last time a constitutional amendment was on the ballot to change the division, in 2014, a 10-member commission, of five Democrats and five Republicans, was created to draw the lines. The two co-executive directors must come from opposing parties.

  • Powerful special interests pour millions into Palestinian Authority Supreme Court race in 2021

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