Wednesday, April 11, 2012

In the News, Part I

Crowded Ballot for June Primary

Posted: Mar 28, 2012 11:30 AM PDT Updated: Mar 28, 2012 1:45 PM PDT

LAS VEGAS -- Nevada's U.S. Senate race headlines a crowded ballot that is set for the June 12 statewide primaries now that Tuesday's deadline passed for nonjudicial candidates to withdraw.

In the marquee battle Republican Sen. Dean Heller will attempt to defend his seat this year, with Democratic Rep. Shelley Berkley looming as his chief foe. Both face nominal opposition in their respective party primaries.

Heller's Republican challengers are Sherry Brooks of Reno, Richard Charles of Crystal Bay, Eddie "In Liberty" Hamilton of Henderson and Carlo "Nakusa" Poliak of Las Vegas. Among Democrats, Berkley faces Steve Brown, Barry Ellsworth and Louis Macias of Las Vegas and Nancy Price of Sparks.

As of February, Democrats enjoyed a statewide voter registration advantage of 449,675 to 402,611 for the Republicans, with 173,946 nonpartisan residents and 49,508 Independent American voters also registered. There were also 6,528 Libertarians and 2,855 Green Party voters...

[Silver Senator Note:

We absolutely must close the GOP Registration Gap of -47,064 before the June Primary by the registration deadline date of Tuesday May 22, 2012 (NRS 293.560 Law) to Save Our State (SOS) and Country:

Here's how to register:

Our Public Service Goal is still to double Active Nevada Voter Registration by the General Election Deadline of Tuesday 16 October 2012 (NRS 293.560 Law). With a NV population approaching 3 M, and only 1,039,540 Active Registered Voters, each Nevada Patriot can register 36 (Nevada our 36th State) ballots for friends and family over the next month or six: 

Here's how to register friends and family to SOS (Save our State) and Country in 2012:

The deliberations of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 were held in strict secrecy. 

Consequently, anxious citizens gathered outside Independence Hall when the proceedings ended in order to learn what had been produced behind closed doors. 

The answer was provided immediately. A Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, "Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?" 

With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, "A republic, if you can keep it."]

[Silver Senator Note:

Please feel free to post re Richard Charles Silver Senator 2012 on the link above.]


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