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Democratic Presidential Candidates Endorse Key Issues Before Ohio Debate

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Democratic Presidential Candidates

As the Presidential primaries and the fourth Democratic debate near, the Democratic presidential candidates – Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Mayor of South Bend, Indiana Pete Buttigieg and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker – proposed serious policies in the past week. Warren, who has emerged as the frontrunner in the race of…

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Why Republicans Should Worry Ahead of 2019 Virginia Elections?

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2019 Virginia Elections

The upcoming 2019 Virginia elections are bringing with them a series of concerns and a lot of worries for the Virginian Republican Party. The Republican Party has lately seen a shift in the demands of the common people, who have been looking for major changes in the gun policies, abortion laws, Equal Rights Amendment (ERA)…

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“Riverdale” Gives Fred Andrews aka Luke Perry a Heartfelt Farewell

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Fred Andrews

Fred Andrews is a name that no Riverdale fan needs introduction to, solely because of the phenomenal actor, Luke Perry. Perry portrayed the role of Fred for three seasons, until his fateful and untimely demise in March 2019. Fred, who owned a construction business, hoped that his son Archie Andrews (KJ Apa) would continue with…

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Post Solar Project, Virginia Shines in FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program

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Uniform Crime Reporting

Virginia has emerged as one of the safest states in the country following the data released by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program. In terms of lowest violent crime rates, Virginia ranks after Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. The 2018 edition of the FBI’s annual report Crime in the United States claims that the…

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Bobby Rush’s Criticism of Bernie Sanders Raises Doubts amongst Voters

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Bobby Rush

Democratic Rep. of Illinois, Bobby Rush claimed that it is “egotistical” and “self-centered” for the Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to continue with his 2020 presidential campaign, following the heart attack last week. 72-year-old Rush also heads the presidential campaign of Democratic hopeful Kamala Harris. Therefore, it might be possible that the statement released is to…

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Gay Marriage Supporter Steven Reed Elected as Montgomery’s Mayor

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Steven Reed

Montgomery, the capital city of Alabama has elected Steven Reed, a probate judge, as its new Mayor Tuesday night. With the verdict of mayoral elections, the 200-year-old city has successfully made history by electing first African-American Mayor. Reed won the elections by a majority of 67 percent votes and defeating businessman David Woods. 45-year-old Reed,…

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Flamboyant, ‘Master of all Trades’ Rip Taylor Dies at 84

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Rip Taylor

Famed comedian, actor and host Rip Taylor has died at the age of 84, a week after he was hospitalized post a seizure. Born on January 13, 1932, Taylor has served in the US Army Signals Corps during the Korean War and was considered not only the jack of all trades, but also the master…

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Voters Support Stricter Gun Policies Ahead of Virginia State Elections

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Virginia State Elections

In a recently conducted Schar School poll by the Washington Post, voters pointed out the key factors that might impact the Virginia state elections more than expected. The poll was conducted with 876 adults from mobile and telephone and contained a margin of five percentage. During the poll, voters expressed their opinion not only on…

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Carbon Freedom No Longer a Dream with Ralph Northam’s Solar Power Projects

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Ralph Northam

The latest announcement by Gov. Ralph Northam has paved Virginia’s way on the road to carbon freedom by achieving 100 percent carbon neutrality by 2050. In his announcement, Gov. Northam said that the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) authorized the establishment and usage of four new solar projects across the state on Thursday. It…

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