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There are decisions that need to be made if we want to move away from the traditional neighborhood precinct model that we have now.
Whether or not America believes in rising sea levels pivots based on a few precincts in Pittsburgh.
REBRANDING AMERICA IS VERY ON-BRANDPHILIP ELLIOTTJANUARY 29, 2021TIME
Navalny’s suffering combined with his relentless exposure of corruption—something Putin’s own lieutenants have described as a pathology eating away at the nation—have won him admirers in the unlikeliest precincts of Russia’s vast demography.
Until August 2019, Sacramento had been categorizing certain complaints as mere “inquiries” to be resolved informally at the precinct or watch level.
In interviews, current and former officers said overtime pay was a significant driver of their arrests, which are made by vice and by neighborhood precincts.
NEW YORK LAWMAKERS DEMAND NYPD HALT UNDERCOVER SEX TRADE STINGSBY JOAQUIN SAPIEN AND JOSHUA KAPLANDECEMBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
Using that data, we can examine the median household income, the fraction of voters with a bachelor’s degree or higher, and racial composition for each precinct.
Just months earlier, during the August primary, even more precincts had come in out of balance.
Ocean Beach was the only precinct with less than 50 percent support, at 45 percent voting yes.
The measure was holding support with 99 percent of precincts reporting at least partial results, according to the California secretary of state.
With 86% of precincts reporting, the proposal has so far won over three-quarters of voters.

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