Muriel Bowser Defeats Incumbent Mayor Vincent Gray in Washington Primary

Muriel Bowser Defeats Incumbent Mayor Vincent Gray in Washington Primary

By TRIP GABRIEL, New York Times -WASHINGTON — Muriel E. Bowser, whose activist father introduced her to signature-gathering and door-knocking as a girl, won a stunning upset on Tuesday in the Democratic primary for mayor in a race that turned on the integrity of the incumbent, Vincent C. Gray. Ms. Bowser, 41, promised a “freshContinue Reading

Ohio Democratic Party Endorses Jill Miller Zimon Over Incumbent in Race for State Representative in HD 12

Ohio Democratic Party Endorses Jill Miller Zimon Over Incumbent in Race for State Representative in HD 12

Former Pepper Pike City Councilwoman Jill Miller Zimon has received the Ohio Democratic Party Endorsement in her State Representative race.   Zimon faces sitting incumbent Democrat John E. Barnes Jr. in the May 6th primary for House District 12 which encompasses Bedford, Bedford Heights, Cleveland Ward 1, Maple Heights, Mayfield Heights, Highland Hills, North Randall, OrangeContinue Reading

Illinois Primary Results: Ann Callis, Rodney Davis to Face Off in Targeted Illinois District

Illinois Primary Results: Ann Callis, Rodney Davis to Face Off in Targeted Illinois District

By Emily Cahn, Roll Call Former Madison County Judge Ann Callis picked up the Democratic nomination in Illinois’ 13th District Tuesday night and will now face a top target of national Democrats, freshman GOP Rep. Rodney Davis. Callis defeated physics professor George Gollin 59 percent to 28 percent, with 56 percent of precincts reporting, accordingContinue Reading

Former Ohio Sec. of State and US Senate Candidate Jennifer Brunner Files for Judge

Former Ohio Sec. of State and US Senate Candidate Jennifer Brunner Files for Judge

Read the announcement from Jennifer Brunner here: Since my U.S. Senate campaign and finishing my term as Ohio Secretary of State, I’ve continued to work to move good government forward. I’ve led a successful referendum to protect Ohioans’ voting rights, helped low income Americans gain access to telephone services, served in Serbia for USAID andContinue Reading

Meet Fayetteville NC Mayor Pro Tem Kady-Ann Davy

Meet Fayetteville NC Mayor Pro Tem Kady-Ann Davy

Mayor Pro Tem Kady-Ann Davy was first elected as the District 2 representative to the Fayetteville City Council in November of 2009. Mayor Pro Tem Davy made Fayetteville her home in 2005 and immediately became actively engaged in City and community affairs.Mayor Pro Tem Davy is a graduate of the University of Oregon, where she received her bachelor’sContinue Reading