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Watchdog - You're voting democrat... even if you're not  


Cook County ballot box tries to cast GOP votes for Democrats


In Illinois, Republican state representative candidate Jim Moynihan went to vote during early elections, but when he tried to vote for himself it cast a vote for his opponent instead.

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Climate sinners: Billionaire Steyer and O’Malley flee green confab in gas-guzzler

Just moments after praising the benefits of of green living to thousands in New Orleans, Tom Steyer and Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley left in the least environmentally friendly vehicle possible — a Chevrolet Suburban.
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A chance for children in Philadelphia

In Philadelphia, the School Reform Commission unanimously voted to void teacher contracts that required them to pay nothing towards their own health care.


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Citizen’s arrest: Activist pulls over cop for driving an unmarked car

A former Republican congressional candidate pulled over a police officer in Washington to draw attention to unlawful traffic stops by police impersonators.
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Maybe this time it will be different for Chicago
Chicago's gun laws are some of the toughest in the nation but the state is now looking to add two new gun control issues to voters' ballots in Cook County.


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Obama program puts noncitizens on voter rolls
North Carolina’s election board found 154 ineligible voters on its poll lists — and officials are examining thousands more questionable registrations.


First Amendment
ND Democrat George Sinner calls for regulation on speech
George Sinner, a Democrat running to be North Dakota’s at-large member of the U.S. House, is proposing new regulations for political advertising that would put the government in charge of the truth.

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Watchdog - Duplicate voters? No problem in Maryland  


Watchdog - Voter registration rollover causes big mess 

Voter registration rollover causes big mess


Some 6.9 million Americans are registered to vote in two or more states, according to a report obtained by


“Our nation’s voter rolls are a mess,” says Catherine Engelbrecht, president of the election-watch group True The Vote.

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Ride-sharing companies fight New Mexico regulators

It’s called ride-sharing, a way to catch a ride using 21st century technology, embraced by millennials and free-market advocates as efficient and entrepreneurial, but regulators in New Mexico aren’t jumping on board.

Why are state regulators saying no?



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Where are North Dakota's guns?

ND Watchdog was mentioned on a local news station for its coverage of the Game and Fishing Department, which has failed to recover 100 of its 784 guns.

What are the pros and cons of ride sharing?

Glenn Woods’ Bold Republic Radio Show discusses bans on ride sharing services, featuring Watchdog's Eric Boehm.

Pinnacle Bank Arena losing money in Nebraska

As tensions rise, KMTV cites Nebraska Watchdog's investigation into losses suffered by the prized Pinnacle Bank Arena.

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Watchdog - Double voting causes double trouble 

May232014 - Who's registered twice? 

308,000 Virginia voters registered in other states

Some 308,000 Virginia voters are also registered elsewhere, according to an analysis of 22 states’ election records. The finding follows’s report of 44,000 people who appear to be registered in both Virginia and Maryland. The latest survey found the 308,000 double registrations by matching names, birth dates and the last four digits of Social Security numbers.

 How will Virginia solve this gap in the process?

Are prairie chickens worth the investment?

State aircraft are flying to Kansas and transporting prairie chickens back to the Land of Lincoln. And at a time state lawmakers are looking at raising the state income tax, Illinois state employees have been hiking across Kansas trapping these chickens. Talk about fowl fiscal deed.

At a time when both our federal and state government are running massive deficits, is this really the best use of taxpayer money?

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Florida VA gives veterans the boot

Florida veterans were denied their PTSD treatment due a clerical error. For these veterans, they were denied because their service dogs lacked the right paperwork.

NM congressional candidate guilty of slashing tires

After his loss, Gary Smith was found guilty of slashing the tires of his opponent and former campaign manager. The article cites poor sportsmanship as a cause of vandalism to the vehicles.

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