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Even the Bills’ loss to New England on Saturday can’t take away the luster of a very good football season in Buffalo. It’s been quite a ride, with one game to go against the New York Jets.
Ten and five with one to play in this year’s NFL is a pretty good mark. Only seven teams have a better record. Nine teams have had middling results, within one game of playing just .500 football. Continue reading
So Election Day, November 5th, is just thirty-five days away. Well, actually, Election Day is only twenty-five days away. Early voting is coming to a voting booth near you on Saturday, October 26th for a nine day run.
There will be 37 sites available in Erie County for early voting in 2019. Here is the Board of Elections’ explanation of the process. The location of the 37 sites can be accessed at the end of the following BOE note. Continue reading
Welcome to the unofficial end of summer! The time when campaigns begin to ramp up activities and a sense of urgency starts to develop.
Here are some facts, observations and heard-on-the-streets for the beginning of September: Continue reading
The Democratic presidential field is very crowded, with 24 candidates. The Republican presidential field, not so much, with Donald Trump and Bill Weld. One guy is thinking of running as an independent candidate. There are lots of campaign issues out there, but which ones are really important? Time to take a little look.
This post is asking you to take a couple minutes to weigh in on the candidates and the issues of the day. There are also a couple sports questions at the end. Check back to see how the poll is going. Continue reading
Primary elections will be held three weeks from today, on June 25th. Those events are mostly quiet, under-the-radar activities. Unless, of course, you, or a friend, or a political associate is involved, in which case, things are really heating up. Here is some information, factual or suggested, plus a comment or two on the political scene: Continue reading
Primary Day is approaching but there will be fewer contests than originally thought. There are some other things to think about. Here are some facts, observations and heard-on-the-streets: Continue reading
As candidates and parties file their 2019 nominating petitions, here are some facts, observations and heard-on-the-streets for the first week of April 2019: Continue reading