Archive for the ‘State Leg Tid Bits’ Category

State Leg Tid Bit: Campaigns Matter

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Among political scientists there is a debate regarding whether campaigns matter…

Rod Hoffman, Missouri Legislative Candidate, Saves Child’s Life While Campaigning

State Leg Tid Bit: There is an alternative US Government?

Sunday, July 15th, 2012

A Republican state Senate candidate in Iowa has decided to bow out of the race and become a U.S. senator of an alternative form of government.

In a letter released Friday, Randi Shannon informs supporters of her new position as “U.S. Senator in the Republic of the United States of America.”

More here….

State Leg Tid Bits

Friday, June 22nd, 2012

So, I have wanted to start a blog about random tid bits about State Legislatures. Probably once every other week, I come across one of these valuable pieces of knowledge. I ultimately want to start a blog devoted to these, but until I have enough tid-bits in reserve so I can do frequent updates to the future blog, I will just post them here.

Today’s tid bit: In South Carolina, a judge ruled today that there needs to be an runoff primary election between Preston Brittain and Gloria Tinubu for the Democratic nomination in South Carolina’s new 7th Congressional District. This may not seem that interesting, but Gloria Tinubu once was a state legislator: in Georgia.