Tag Archives: Mitt Romney


Posted 1 year ago in Government by Michele Bowman  
First Poll Results Show Obama-Romney Tie

Making good on all the predictions that the 2012 presidential election will be a dead heat, one town in America has already reported its voting tally – and it’s Obama, 5 and Romney, 5. Dixville Notch, N.H., population 12, is a remote town located in the far northern part of the state – about as close to Canada as you can get and still cast a vote in the U.S. election. But its tiny numbers haven’t stopped it from making …

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Posted 1 year ago in Criminal Law Government by Aaron Kase  
In Georgia, Vote and Get a Free Gun

Today, the masses head to the polling booths. American citizens across the country will vote for Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, a third party candidate or no one for president, as well as casting their ballots in a slew of state and local elections. Voters can return home with a burst of civic pride for doing their part to support our democracy. In Georgia, one lucky voter could also go home with a free gun. Adventure Outdoors, an Atlanta-area sporting goods …

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Posted 1 year ago in Government by Aaron Kase  
Could Lies About Obamacare Sway the Presidential Election?

The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as Obamacare, hangs in jeopardy this election season. If reelected, President Barack Obama will see the law through to its full implementation in 2014. Challenger Mitt Romney has pledged to repeal Obamacare on the first day of his presidency if elected, and replace it with some yet-to-be-specified alternative. The health care law includes a number of consumer-friendly policies: Allowing children to stay on their parents’ health plan up to …

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Posted 1 year ago in Labor and Employment by Aaron Kase  
Can Your Boss Tell You Whom To Vote For?

With Nov. 6 drawing closer, the nation waits to see who will win the upcoming presidential election: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. Debates, campaign commercials and bitter rants on Facebook all compete for people’s attention in an attempt to sway their vote one way or another. In a few high-profile cases, heads of big companies are also weighing in, strongly suggesting to their employees who they should vote for — or risk losing their jobs. In one instance, David Siegel, …

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Posted 1 year ago in Government Labor and Employment by Aaron Kase  
Voting and the Workplace — What You Need To Know

Did you know there was an election coming up Nov. 6, between Whatshisface and Whosit, running against him? Discussion about the presidential contest has dominated the media for months, but one place to be wary about delving into politics is in the workplace. Political speech is free speech, but Susan Schoenfeld, senior legal editor for Business & Legal Resources, explains what employers should be aware of regarding communication with employees and enforcement of policies related to political activity. Speaking of …

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