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GOP Official: Hillary Will 'Go Down Like' Lewinsky

A Florida GOP official said that Hillary Clinton would "go down like Monica Lewinsky" if she debated Donald Trump. Bob Sutton, chairman of the Broward County GOP Executive Committee, suggested Clinton would be easy to debate in the general election. Show More Summary

Florida GOP Official: 'Clinton Will Go Down Like Monica Lewinsky'

Here's a taste of what we can expect from Trump supporters in the days to come, because Republicans never fail to be as disgusting as they possibly can. TPM: Bob Sutton, chairman of the Broward County GOP Executive Committee, suggested...Show More Summary

Into the Locker Room

Here's a choice nugget buried down near the bottom of The Washington Post's piece on the Clinton v Trump battle's escalating 'gender wars.' Bob Sutton, chairman of the Broward County GOP Executive Committee in Florida, voiced confidence...Show More Summary

Marijuana Grow Operations Found at Houses Where Ohio Family Was Executed 

Authorities in Pike County, Ohio are still struggling to unravel a hideous mass shooting that took place Friday, when eight family members were shot to death at four different houses. The Ohio Attorney General said Sunday night that “marijuana grow operations” were found at three of the houses where the killings occurred. Read more...

Jesus Take The Wheel: Mystery Killer Executes Ohio Family Of 8 In Four Separate Homes And No One Knows Why!

  Pike County Ohio Family Brutally Murdered Pike county Police are warning surviving members of the Rhoden family to be cautious after 8 members, including one teen in their family were murdered execution style in their separate homes. Most of

Morning Digest: Wisconsin Democrats get their recruit for an open swing seat

Leading Off: ? WI-08: On Thursday, Democrats got their top choice for this open seat when Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson announced he was in. Outagamie, which includes Appleton, is the second-largest county in the district, and it's about as competitive as the entire seat: Romney carried Outagamie 50-48, while he won the 8th 51-48. Show More Summary

Leggett trims proposed property tax increase

County executive cites new state legislation that eases impact of lost revenue from Wynne decision.

Leggett supports $15 minimum wage for Montgomery, with conditions

The county executive wants a longer phase-in period and a provision for delaying increases in a bad economy.

Why I’m Running: County Government Can Lead on Health and Environmental Policy

By Mel Rader of Portland, Oregon. Mel is the Executive Director of Upstream Public Health and candidate for Multnomah County Commission, District 1. Find out more at Multnomah County has an opportunity. We have historically...Show More Summary

'Our compensation causes a lot of heartburn': L.A. County Fair Assn. interim chief plans to review salaries

The new interim head of the Los Angeles County Fair Assn., who takes over amid inquiries into lucrative executive pay, said Friday that one of his first tasks will be an “across the board” review of the salaries and bonuses.At the same time, J. Michael Ortiz defended the $1-million-a-year package...

Milwaukee County's Abele To Disenfranchise Black Voters

Last fall, Milwaukee County Executive Emperor Chris Abele presented his proposed budget to the county board. It was then when he first uttered the words that he was helping the African American community in Milwaukee by improving the House of Correction, increasing child support enforcement, social services and mental health programming. Show More Summary

Head of L.A. County Fair Assn. quits after Times investigation

The chief executive of the Los Angeles County Fair Assn., who made more than $1 million in total compensation in 2014 even as the organization reported millions of dollars in losses, has resigned. The fair association said Wednesday that James Henwood Jr., who held the job for two decades, will...

WA: King County Executive Says Transit, Not Freeways, is Growing Region's Only Option

March 29--Declaring the age of freeway building over, King County Executive Dow Constantine used his annual State of the County speech Monday to argue the case for a $50 billion Sound Transit 3 proposal that will go to voters in November.

LACMA adds three trustees, strengthens entertainment industry ties

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has added three new members to its board of trustees, including Caroline Grainge, a former fashion executive who is married to Lucian Grainge, the chairman and chief executive of Universal Music Group.  The museum, which made the announcement on Tuesday, said...

The Morning News: Sound Transit 3 Gets a Signal Boost, West Seattle Tree Cutters Turn Themselves In

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by Sydney Brownstone Sound Transit 3 will add new light rail lines to Ballard, West Seattle, Everett, Redmond, Issaquah, and Tacoma. Sound Transit King County Executive Dow Constantine Urges Everyone to Vote for Sound Transit 3: During...Show More Summary

How to Watch Dow Constantine's State of the County Address Today

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by Heidi Groover Expect to hear the county executive focus on light rail in his annual speech today. King County In his State of the County address today, King County Executive Dow Constantine is expected to talk a lot about Sound Transit...Show More Summary

Leggett asks for review of Taser use by Montgomery County police

The county executive’s request comes in response to a news report of four fatalities involving Tasers since 2009.

TNT Eyes Legal Drama Based On Detroit Prosecutor Kym Worthy From Viola Davis, Debra Martin Chase & ‘Empire’ Writer

I hear TNT is developing Conviction, a legal drama inspired by the life of Kym Worthy, the chief prosecutor of Wayne County, MI, known as the toughest woman in Detroit. How To Get Away With Murder star Viola Davis is executive producing the project with Debra Martin Chase (Sparkle). Show More Summary

Redefining CEO: Chief Empowerment Officer

When I was hired as CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County (BBBS) three years ago, my board chair at the time lovingly described me to the team as an "executioner;" nervous laughter ensued. He then corrected that to executor, and, in the end, what he (hopefully) intended to say was that I implement ideas. Show More Summary

This Week on Blabbermouth: Light Rail Party Time! (With Dow Constantine, Ed Murray, and More!)

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by Eli Sanders Episode 43 of Blabbermouth: King County Executive Dow Constantine, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, and Stranger staffers Christopher Frizzelle and Angela Garbes talk about Seattle's new light rail extension. (Wanna subscribeShow More Summary

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