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· Former GOP House Speaker Kirk Cox considering run for Virginia governor →
Ceding the role of minority leader to another delegate, Cox spent this year’s General Assembly session seemingly resigned to life as an ordinary legislator in a party that hadn’t won a statewide election since 2009.
· 'Ghetto presidents': musicians risk all to take on authoritarian rule in Africa →
The 38-year-old, whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, hopes to end Yoweri Museveni’s 35-year rule in a presidential election scheduled for early next year.
· Sensex, Nifty may open positive, IT stocks in focus; key factors that will drive markets today →
The move came over a month after the Trump administration on June 23 suspended the H-1B visas along with other types of foreign work visas until the end of 2020 to protect American workers in a crucial election year.
The New York Times
· Disputed Ballots Must Be Counted in N.Y. Congressional Race, U.S. Judge Rules →
A federal judge in Manhattan ruled late Monday that more than a thousand disputed ballots in a closely watched congressional primary should be counted, upending a six-week-old race that has drawn the attention of President Trump and embarrassed the New York City Board of Elections.
· Insperity, Inc. (NSP) CEO Paul Sarvadi on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Also, in our experience, there is sometimes a pause or hesitancy in decision-making with the uncertainty of an upcoming election, which may weigh in over the second half of the year.
· Ameresco, Inc. (AMRC) CEO George Sakellaris on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And then just heading into kind of the election, are there -- should we expect any impact on federal contract cycle ahead of that?
The Japan Times
· An inside look at Vladimir Putin’s many moves to retain power →
The presidential election was to be announced by the end of 2007, with the vote itself in March 2008.
· New York attorney probing Trump and his business over 'criminal conduct' →
Grand jury deliberations are secret, and the public may not learn what the subpoena uncovers until after the election.
· AG says not stopping London challenge against IPIC but acknowledges bilateral negotiations →
After PH won the general election in 2018, it launched a lawsuit in London to undo the settlement.
The Japan Times
· ‘If not now, when?’ Black women seize political spotlight in U.S. →
Over the last several years and across America, Black women ran and won elections in historic numbers, from Congress to county school boards.