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Report shows North Island-Powell River candidates spent thousands on Facebook ads

Social media plays an important role in advertising, especially when it comes to federal elections. In the North Island-Powell River riding, it seems some candidates paid more than others for Facebook ads leading up to election night. Data from Facebook’s Ad Library Report shows Conservative candidate Shelley Downey’s campaign spent...
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CDU Trails as Germany’s Election Nears

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: Germany’s election campaign enters its final days, U.S. President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron attempt to mend ties, and Taiwan applies to join Pacific trade pact. If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up...
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Advocates press for action in Congress on voting rights, despite grim outlook

WASHINGTON — Activists are ramping up the pressure on Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to move on his chamber’s version of a voting rights bill, even though there’s no sign there will be enough Republican support to advance it. Alternatively, they’re pressing for an end to the filibuster, though there’s no indication there would be […] The post Advocates press for action in Congress on voting rights, despite grim outlook appeared first on Colorado Newsline.
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At a City Council Hearing, Local Officials Wrestle over Giving Non-Citizen New Yorkers Power to Vote

Local officials clashed Monday as they debated a proposal to give many non-citizen New Yorkers with legal permanent residency the right to vote in local elections. With 35 city council members now sponsoring the legislation, support in the council is strong — but the hearing highlighted major obstacles the bill could face if it passes […] The post At a City Council Hearing, Local Officials Wrestle over Giving Non-Citizen New Yorkers Power to Vote appeared first on Documented.
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What Söder and Esken have in common: the economy

You would think that there are worlds between Saskia Esken and Markus Söder. The leader of the CSU party of Franconia with seat in Munich and the left-wing SPD leader of Baden-Württemberg with seat in Berlin. The academic and ex-TV journalist and the former parcel deliverer who had dropped out of German studies – what should we do together?
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US State Department on Canada’s Federal Elections

Washington, DC (STL.News) Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken released the following statement:. We congratulate the people of Canada following their federal elections, and we look forward to continuing to work with Prime Minister Trudeau across the range of shared challenges and opportunities. We are extraordinarily fortunate to have Canada as our neighbor, close friend, democratic partner, and trusted ally.
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Sault Ste. Marie voter turnout reflects national average

Sault Ste. Marie’s voter turnout in Monday’s federal election was on par with the national average. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content. Early indications from advanced polls suggested voter turnout may be brisk, with a little more than 8,800 casting ballots before election...
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