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Tuesday, November 6, 2012
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Election Day has come and gone. In order to make sense of it all, we created this article where you will find all the info you need about this year's election in West Pasco. Check out our coverage and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, too. Barack Obama Re-Elected President Bogart is 'Done' Penny For Pasco Passes Nocco Wins Pasco Sheriff’s Race Romney Gets Majority of Pasco's Votes Live 2012 Election Results From Pasco Fire Rescue Employee Shows Support for Pasco's Republican Base Young Voter Tired of 2-Party System What Time Do Polls Close in Pasco County? Early Stats: Pasco Voter Turnout Tops 53 Percent at Midday When Will Election Results Be Announced in Pasco County? Vote or 'Keep Your Mouth Shut,' Man Says Cloudy…
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
“The enemy is not Republican or Democrat, it is Progress Energy," Lambert says.
The democratic write-in candidate for superintendent dropped by Tuesday’s school board meeting. The meeting was close to wrapping up when Kathy Lambert tried to come in through a door blocked by board members and staff. After being redirected to the correct entrance on the other side of the building, Lambert approached the podium with a large plastic bag of various note cards, noting that she’d dropped one somewhere. "My name is Kathy Lambert, but I go by 'Kat' because it's easier to write K-A-T than K-A-T-H-Y, and there are a lot of amendments on the ballot," she said. She wanted to address the board, "not because I think I'm going to win in a landslide against Kurt Browning.” Lambert said her purpose for attending the meeting was to …
United School Employees of Pasco president Lynne Webb brought a few issues to the table during Tuesday's school board meeting.
There were no emotional pleas from former employees at Tuesday’s Pasco County School Board meeting, something that had become common in the months leading up to the primary election. But there are “issues on the horizon” that need to be addressed quickly, United School Employees of Pasco president Lynne Webb said. Some teachers who did not attend voluntary summer meetings did not receive teacher’s editions of course textbooks, instead they were given access to the online version. Teachers' contracts stipulate that “the board shall provide when available from the publisher a teachers edition for every course he/she is teaching, Webb said. “Right now this is not happening.” Webb also shared with the board and media a letter sent home Monday…
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Some show up in the early morning to cast their votes for the Republican of their choice.
Locals trickled into the New Port Richey Recreation Center in the morning to vote their support of a candidate at the ballot. Here’s what some had to say: Elizabeth Coston: Voted for: Newt Gingrich Why: “I’ve wanted to vote for him for years. I think he’s wonderful. In his world.” She went on to say: “I’m sure Congress will actually play a part” in his administration. Mike Holloman: Voted for: Newt Gingrich Why: One word: “Conservative.” He went on to say: “Plus, I’m from Georgia.” Jim Luper: Voted for: Mitt Romney Why: “The only person who is going to draw the independents and keep the conservatives is Mitt Romney." Betty Black: Voted for: Rick Santorum Why: “I’m so disgusted with everything, I voted for the boy at the bottom of the list…