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IRS Proposes Guidelines On Politicking By Tax-Exempt Groups

IRS Proposes Guidelines On Politicking By Tax-Exempt GroupsEnding the year by weighing in again on a topic that caused it great grief back in the spring, the Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday defined limits on the political activity of tax-exempt "social welfare" organizations.

Hoonah sales tax prop passes, Gustavus residents drafted for City Council

Hoonah sales tax prop passes, Gustavus residents drafted for City CouncilLatest unofficial returns from Icy Strait communities

How to register for October CBJ election

Register Friday at City Clerk's Office, or State Division of Elections offices. Register Saturday and Sunday at any CBJ library.

Alaska Supreme Court clarifies redistricting decision

Alaska Supreme Court clarifies redistricting decisionAlaska's highest court says the first step in the redistricting process is to draw political boundaries based on state constitutional requirements.

Democratic proposal seeks campaign finance change

Minority House Democrats have introduced a measure opposing unlimited spending in political campaigns.

Wednesday Newscast 11/21/12

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Monday Newscast 11/19/12

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Obama Says He Has One Mandate: To Help The Middle Class

Obama Says He Has One Mandate: To Help The Middle ClassThe newly re-elected president indicated that he, not congressional Republicans, reflected more of the popular will, with his call for higher taxes on the wealthy as part of any agreement to avert the fiscal cliff.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us

Obama’s Political Moneyball Could Be The Shape Of Campaigns To Come

Obama’s Political Moneyball Could Be The Shape Of Campaigns To ComeThe Obama re-election campaign was informed by its deep dive into data on millions of voters. Some Republicans worry they're way behind in modern campaigning; others note that political science isn't rocket science, and say they can do just as well or better in 2016.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us

A Week Later, Pollster Says: ‘I Was Drinking That Republican Kool-Aid’

A Week Later, Pollster Says: ‘I Was Drinking That Republican Kool-Aid’If voters were surprised to watch TV networks call the election for President Obama over Republican Mitt Romney minutes after polls closed in California last week, perhaps it was because of earlier statements from some pollsters confident in a Romney romp. A few are now acknowledging mistakes.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us