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2012 Election rundown: Who's on the ballot in Allen County

2012 Election rundown: Who's on the ballot in Allen County

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a rundown of the federal, state, county and municipal offices and questions that appear on this year’s Allen County ballot. Given that the candidates have spent significant amounts of money advertising their views in other media—with the exception of the following: East Allen County School Board District 5 candidate Michael “Mike” W. Paff has been advertising in Frost and showing his concern for our readers who might be his constituents; Indiana 84th District House of Representatives candidate Lee “Lafayette” Jordan has showed his continued support for the community through his former business Bj’s Fish &...

The Truth About Straight Party Voting

Rumor about Obama straight party votes being rejected disproved by Frost staffer

EDITOR’S NOTE: In response to numerous requests for information we received regarding rumors that Indiana voting machines would not register a vote for President Obama if voters pushed the button to vote a straight Democrat ticket, local election officials submitted the following to shoot down those rumors and clarify the issues.

By Beth Dlug
Special to Frost Illustrated

The Allen County Election Board is committed to providing opportunities for voters...

Curing political apathy with more independence

By Ak’Bar A. Shabazz
A New Visions Commentary

Years ago, some conservatives rebelled against the establishment’s support of big government, large deficits and spending levels that would make even the most intoxicated midshipman blush.

Out of this rebellion, the Tea Party movement was born.

Many Tea Party heroes were born. Thousands of angry Americans packed parks and town halls across the nation to vent their frustration with soaring spending levels and draconian domestic policies they believed encroached on...


Playing politics: Tea Party forced Romney into uncomfortable box

LET’S DO BETTER

Brenda Robinson

Two out of three ain’t bad. Governor Mitt Romney brought his A game to the first presidential debate. President Barack Obama brought...

Preventing the flu blues

HOUSE CALLS

Gerald w. deas, M.d.

Well, the sneeze and sore throat season is upon us with a vengeance. I don’t know about you, but even I...

Don't let identity thieves trick you

SOCIAL SECURITY

Chuck Stovall

Halloween is a time when many people like a good scare. It could be a frightening costume party or a horrifying haunted house,...

Spotlight on a trip to the African-American Healthcare Alliance Scholarship Ball


Curing political apathy with more independence

UP CLOSE WITH JEANIE

Jeanie Summerville

Whatz up, babies?

Check this out, when I was informed about The 16th Annual African-American Healthcare Alliance Scholarship Ball (AAHA) that was...

Pictures From The Past


Curing political apathy with more independence

Periodically we will publish photos we have in our archives. If you are the first person to stop by our office at 3121 S. Calhoun...







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