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I trust the citizens of Maryland, and we need to put something before them that is fair, that is balanced, that is independent, and that is nonpartisan.
VOTER FACTS FOR MAY PRIMARY Lane County primary turnout: Democrats who voted: 70,421, or 68 percent turnout Republicans who voted: 34,064, or 58 percent Independent Party members who voted: 3,902, or 34 percent Nonpartisans who voted: 9,813, or 20 percent Countywide turnout: 54 percent
It is a 501(c)(3) corporation, a nonpartisan non-profit educational organization, which:
Siniora, head of the parliamentary Future bloc, said his bloc and the March 14 coalition supported the formation of a neutral and nonpartisan government to cope with the worsening socioeconomic conditions and the fragile security situation in the country.
Registrar officials said they have already sent out the correct ballots and that those nonpartisan voters affected should receive them in time to cast their votes in the June primary.
Publicity surrounding nonpartisan political Websites created much excitement in the 2000 campaign.
According to a study released by the nonpartisan Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 375,000 workers' unemployment benefits ran out at the end of January, with those workers having no job or further access to government aid.
Although the startlingly earnest editors "all have been politically active in Democratic and progressive politics" (as they dutifully disclose), the site has been scrupulously nonpartisan in its debunking of media myths and lancing of rhetorical hyperbole, from Michael Moore and Robert Scheer to Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity.
The Urban Institute a nonprofit, nonpartisan policy research and education organization that examines social, economic, and governance challenges facing the nation has just published a nearly 300-page book on the topic of tax justice.
The United States General Accounting Office (GAO) is an independent, professional, nonpartisan agency in the legislative branch that is commonly referred to as the investigative arm of Congress.
The ICPAC membership itself was bipartisan, and the proposals contained in the Final Report were nonpartisan.
Some of Bosnia's media, including the award-winning Oslobodjenje and the main TV station, were renowned for their nonpartisan reporting throughout the war.