5 Local Government Positions in Public Administration

Posted by Brian Neese on October 21, 2014  /   Posted in Political Science News
5 Local Government Positions in Public Administration

Local government positions span cities, towns and counties. Usually, these individuals will serve on the legislative and executive branches and, depending on state law, they will remain for an allocated term length. Take a look at some common positions at the local government level. Mayor As the leader of a city, town or village, the

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2014 Kentucky Senate Election Guide

Posted by Brian Neese on October 01, 2014  /   Posted in Political Science News
2014 Kentucky Senate Election Guide

To date, the 2014 Kentucky Senate election appears as if it’ll come down to the final vote, and ABC News predicts this race “will be the most watched 2014 contest of them all.” Take a look at the candidates, the election overview and get the information you need to vote on Nov. 4 when the

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The Presidential Personality Test

Posted by Tricia Hussung on September 08, 2014  /   Posted in Political Science News
The Presidential Personality Test

Do you have a passion for the political process? Are you interested in learning the ins and outs of federal and state law? Do you see yourself serving your community as part of the local government? If so, a political science degree could be a great choice for you and your future career. Whether you’re

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