Campaign

Indiana Campaign Recognizes COVID-19 Vaccinations in the Workplace

A new campaign encourages employers in Hoosier State to talk to their employees about the possibility of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. The Indiana Chamber and the Wellness Council of Indiana say their “COVID stops here” campaign aims to celebrate employers who have high vaccination rates among employees while encouraging more …

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“Solid” Scholz outshines its rivals on the German countryside

The people of Hamburg, a notoriously button-up city, are rarely excited when high profile politicians pass by – unless that politician is Olaf Scholz, their most famous former mayor and political son. Currently German finance minister and vice-chancellor, Scholz is running to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor in the federal …

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Summary of Monday’s campaign, 8.9.21

Today’s episode of campaign-related news from across the country. * Among New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (R) ‘s many struggles right now is his faltering public position: the latest Quinnipiac poll found that 70% of New York voters believe the Democratic Gov. should step down, while that 55% think Cuomo …

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Fears of political violence trigger new campaign spending

The Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill changed American policy a lot, but a minor consequence was the Federal Election Commission decision that members of Congress could now spend campaign money on a new element: the bodyguards. While the vast majority of lawmakers have yet to accept the FEC’s offer, …

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