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hough many returning candidates are running unopposed, there are contested seats for Town Meeting members in five of the 16 precincts

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No Matter What Party You’re Voting for the only way your voice will be heard is if you get out there and VOTE!

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Massachusetts Primary day on Super Tuesday in Longmeadow on 3/1/16. (Dave Roback / The Republican)


Friday I cast my vote via absentee ballot, but today on “Super Tuesday”, as I dropped off my children the lines were wrapped around the High School I once roamed the halls of. Eager, anxious, voters who want their voices to be heard cast their votes between Republicans or Democrats each with their own strong opinions. My only fear is that all sense will disappear and that voters will vote for the loudest voice they hear. I fear that they will find comfort in empty promises and idle threats thrust about between the candidates. My thoughts are geared toward the future and to the world that we will leave our children and their children. Will it even exist after all this? I pray that voters don’t pull us backward to a time we worked so hard to move away from. I truly hope that change is truly what voters are after and not an regression there is no return from. Yes, change is what is needed but there is clear and obvious path that needs to be taken to get there. One wrong move and we all lose.

Please cast your vote based on fact, the good of our country and a safe future for our children.

 


Hillary Clinton: ‘Tomorrow, this campaign goes national’

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton acknowledges supporters at her election night watch party after winning the South Carolina Democratic primary in Columbia, S.C., Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)


Brockton Ward 6 councilor-elect, 18, says voters ‘wanted young blood’


Voters will choose a new governor and decide whether to expand restrictions on new casinos.

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1. Nevada and Southern California Tribes Net $10.4 Million in Grants From EPA

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Water-cleanup and related projects will get the lion’s share of some $10.4 million in grants going to Nevada and Southern California tribes.

2. Eastern Cherokee Band Forbids Fracking on Its Sovereign Lands

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The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina have passed a resolution prohibiting fracking on their sovereign lands.

3. Naked Faux Savages and Neo-Racism in Berlin

Captain Jacobsen, a play that recently premiered in Berlin, is receiving mixed reviews some of which are calling it neo-racism.

4. Juliette Lewis Offers Words, Poetry, and Music in Memory of Misty Upham

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Juliette Lewis’ handwritten farewell to Misty Upham, posted to Instagram.

5. Horse Lovers Share Vision to Develop Native Bronc Riders

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Philip Whiteman, Jr. during one of his rides.

6. American Indian Motion Picture Awards, Coming to a Television Near You

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Poster art for the 2013 AIFF by Steven Paul Judd, featuring Will Sampson leading a who’s who of Native talent. Can you name all the others depicted here?

7. 1964 Centennial Indian Princesses Gather for Anniversary Reception

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Aloha Callac-Jones competed against 21 other women 50 years ago, and won the crown.

8. Thompson Brothers Sign With Nike

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Miles, Jeremy and Jerome Thompson smile after allegedly signing contracts with Nike.

9. Hector Vazquez Top Chef for Twin Arrows Navajo Casino

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Hector Vazquez was recently named executive chef for Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort

10. Inside the Dirty-Tricks Playbook of Jack Abramoff

11. Cultural Tourism to Be Introduced at AFN Annual Convention

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Ashley Akpik and the Tagiugmiut Dancers of Barrow perform an Inupiat dance at the opening of the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, in Anchorage, Alaska. Several thousand Alaska Natives from around the state are expected to attend the three-day event.

12. Native Cooking: Mixing Up Something New With Cranberries

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A coastal Washington cranberry bog.

13. Voters Could Stop Keystone XL Pipeline through South Dakota Senate Race

14. Vote ‘I’ for Indian: Big Tax Break for Natives

15. Time for the Tribal National Park to Properly Honor Native Culture