Tag Archives: election

Kristen Davis

Eliot Spitzer’s Ex-Madam Is Running Against Him?!

Eliot Spitzer’s Ex-Madam Is Running Against Him?!

Kristin Davis, who allegedly provided Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer with her services, will be running against him to be New York’s comptroller. A comptroller, aka glorified accountant, would control and oversee the finances for the state once elected. Davis spent three months in prison for running a high class escort service. She stated:

Julia Gillard

Australia’s Prime Minister Ousted!

In a stunning turn of events, Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard has resigned from her office to make room for the new labor party leader, Kevin Rudd. In an early party election called by Gillard, Rudd beat out the current PM to become the head of the Australian Labor Party. In advance of the party


Recount Demanded After Venezuelan Presidential Election

It was announced last night that Nicolas Maduro, the candidate for the ruling party, won the presidential election in Venezuela. The country is sharply divided on whether or not they want Maduro to run their country for the next six years. Half of Venezuela is in an uproar, demanding a recount. The final tally was 50.66


Puerto Rico as 51st State?!

Puerto Rico voted on becoming a State yesterday during the election and for the first time people voted in favor of statehood. The citizens of the U.S. Territory were polled about potential statehood in two questions. Voters rejected their current status as a U.S. commonwealth by a 54% to 46% margin in the first question.


Sicily Elects First Gay Governor

After surviving three assassination plots to kill him, Rosario Crocetta has just been elected as the first openly gay governor of Sicily Crocetta is representing a coalition of Italy’s center-left Democratic party and the Catholic UDC Party. He just beat out Nello Musumeci, who was representing the right-wing party of premier Silvio Berlusconi. A devout Catholic,


Election: Where Are We Now?

With seventeen days and only one debate left in the election, I think it’s time we take a look at where we are, and what we can look forward to before this thing is done. So, ‘Merica, where are we now?