Understanding Local Elections
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Understanding Local Elections

After I purchased a home and settled down in a city, I realized that my local elections mattered more than ever. In addition to dictating my property taxes and the overall health of our city roads, those elections might also determine the quality of the city website, irrigation system, and even our water rights for the year. Instead of simply ignoring the elections and focusing on my personal life, I started analyzing the local politics and reading up on the candidates. It took a lot of work, but eventually I felt comfortable with my choice of candidate. I want others to understand local elections, which is why this entire blog is about government and politics.

Understanding Local Elections

  • Notary Public And Your Business: What You Should Know

    20 May 2021

    Most every business owner is familiar with the services of a notary public, especially considering their role in validating contract signatures and similar types of tasks. However, many business owners have overlooked the importance of having a notary public on their staff. Whether you hire someone who is already a notary public or you have an existing employee obtain their commission, here's a look at some of the things you should know about having a notary public on staff.

  • What Do Nonprofit Congress Accountability Organizations Do?

    25 March 2021

    Nonprofit congress accountability organizations do important work while keeping private citizens in mind. You have certainly probably heard of congress, and you might keep track of what is going on in congress, too. However, you might not know that there are nonprofit congress accountability organizations that do important work related to congress and politics. There are different organizations that do different types of work and that have different goals in mind, but these are some of the things that these organizations usually do.

  • 3 Vital Aspects Of An SDVOSB

    21 January 2021

    Starting a successful business can be challenging. For service members disabled as a result of injuries sustained while on active duty, the process of starting a small business can be fast-tracked by the government. Disabled veterans are eligible for a type of business known as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, or SDVOSB. This business classification can offer a number of benefits that improve your overall chances of success in the future.