All posts tagged "Politics"
‘Let’s Get Ready to Rumble’
The NPP and PDP candidates for Resident Commissioner spoil for a fight
- Posted May 26, 2016
Remember the Clawbacks?
Uncertainty looms large over La Fortaleza’s use of funds
- Posted May 26, 2016
CEE up to its Neck in Debt and Work, Just Weeks Before General Primaries
“Without the payment to the printers, we won’t have ballots”
- Posted April 23, 2016
Independent Gubernatorial Candidate Lúgaro Unveils Government Reforms
The 34-year-old is a lawyer and entrepreneur
- Posted April 16, 2016
An Investment in Democracy Worth Every Penny
When Dominion Voting President Javier Jiménez, whose company is tasked with overhauling the State Elections Commission’s (CEE by its Spanish initials) electronic voting system, tells you that he has “very good employees” in response to the question, “Do you have...
- Posted April 7, 2016
Gov. García Padilla Issues a Final Call for Unity
On April 25, 2013, Gov. Alejandro García Padilla said he was proud to announce Puerto Rico was on its way to a full recovery, lauding how in 100 days, his administration had ended mismanagement at the water...
- Posted March 3, 2016
Giuliani: Trump Has Tapped Into Frustration of Americans
Former NYC Mayor Praises Controversial Candidate on Eve of Super Tuesday Throughout his campaign to secure the Republican Party nomination for U.S. president, Donald Trump has gained many detractors for his politically incorrect remarks about illegal immigration,...
- Posted February 26, 2016
Hispanic Voter Turnout Looms Large
During an exclusive interview with this newspaper’s editorial board, which took place during the Puerto Rico Investment Summit recently held inside the Puerto Rico Convention Center, Caribbean Business Editor in Chief Heiko Faass asked former New York...
- Posted February 25, 2016
Electronic Vote Count for the Primaries up in the air due to Lack of Funds
SAN JUAN- Dávila: The Money has to Appear Things are too far Away The electronic vote count, which would debut in the general primaries on June 5, is up in the air because the Puerto Rico government’s...
- Posted February 21, 2016
Bittersweet Primaries for the New Progressive Party
From its foundation in 1968, the leadership of the New Progressive Party has prided itself as a party where internal primaries strengthen its structure and have yielded much electoral political benefit. But that political maxim has not...
- Posted February 12, 2016