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In hindsight, Jeb says he wouldn't invade Iraq

...engaged. I would not have gone into Iraq."It was an answer the former Florida governor and likely Republican candidate for president had refused to give in several public appearances this week, even as most of his GOP rivals did so and criticized...
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House uses Tax Day to pass bills targeting IRS

...the State Department, which is reviewing them before it makes them public.Republican Jeb Bush, a potential candidate for president, also used a private email when he was governor of Florida. Bush has posted online more than 275,000 emails...
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Tlingit and Haida to elect new president

...Thomas headed up the Ketchikan School District's Indian Education Program starting in 1976.There are several candidates for president and the six vice president positions. Candidates will give campaign speeches at 3:15 p.m. and take questions...
JDHS students pick Obama - by a lot

...New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow; Comedy Central satirist Stephen Colbert; and the actual Libertarian Party candidate for president, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson - and questioned ballots, Leinhart called the conclusion "anticlimactic...
Native council president responds to recall effort

...griping." Makua, who was elected to the Tribal Council in the January KIC election, also had run as a write-in candidate for president. With about 60 votes, he came in third place after Rainwater-Sande, with 222 votes, and Christine Collison...
Some candidates absent from state's election pamphlet

...D-Kotzebue; and Democratic U.S. House of Representatives candidate Thomas Higgins. State law requires candidates for president and vice president to pay $300 each to be included in the pamphlet. Candidates for the Legislature must pay...
Juneau Empire Story Archive vote Protest or Green? A column By ELLEN GOODMAN It's not the best week to be flirting with Ralph. As a candidate for president, Nader has presented himself as an alternative to the ``Republicrats.'' The Green Party has been saying...
Outside editorial: A true horse race

This month is offering a serial look at the strengths and weaknesses of our candidates for president. Iowa provided insight into their ground games: Barack Obama stirred the young and the loyal, while Hillary Rodham Clinton fizzled...
Outside editorial: American values, the next president's important that the Supreme Court hold the executive branch to the standards of the Constitution, and why candidates for president should be pressed to explain what sort of people they would name to the high court. Even more important, however...
Juneau Democrats slowly prepare for state primary

The Alaska Democratic caucus isn't until March 20, but some Juneau groups began promoting candidates early.


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