government--politics

  • 3 Tips For Buying A Home With A Private Well


    Buying a home with a private well offers potential benefits to homebuyers, but also comes with new considerations if you've never had a private well before. When you own your own private well, you don't have to receive your water from a local municipality which means you will most likely not have a water bill. In regions experiencing water shortages, your well may boost your new home's value. In addition to these potential perks, you will need to learn well water responsibilities.
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  • How To Check Your Voter Registration


    In recent years, a number of issues have arisen when it comes to voter registration, including a heated debate over ID laws. Of course, properly registering is not enough. Often, people believe they are ready to vote when they are not. Other times, they simply don't know where to vote. Now that election season is here, you need to check to make certain your registration is up-to-date and you know where to head on election day.
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  • Running For Elected Office? How Can You Keep Your Reputation (And Sanity) Intact?


    If you're planning to throw your hat into the ring by running for a local, state, or even national election, you may be concerned about your ability to balance your private life with a potentially long and stressful political campaign. In today's often polarized political climate, you may find that minor indiscretions you'd long put behind you can be given new life on the campaign trail. Read on to learn more about how you can keep a handle on your campaign's message, as well as what you can do to avoid having past foibles put on display for public consumption.
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