10/3 Top Political Headlines

October 3, 2012
10/3 Top Political Headlines

* WGOG’s weekly electoral college projection is out and it’s the first to project an electoral majority for President Barack Obama, according to the latest state-by-state polls.  According to the latest map, Obama has 275 votes to Mitt Romney’s 191 (270 are needed to win.)  The following states are still up for grabs: Virginia, North…

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Scoring the Seneca Rail Site

October 3, 2012

At the former Pro Pex Plant near Seneca, the city now owns the building and the county has possession of about 100 acres at the location. The county’s Capital Projects Advisory Committee today reviewed point rankings made by individual committee members as to the need to start preparing the property now called the Seneca Rail…

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Voting updates

October 3, 2012
Voting updates

The director of Oconee Elections, Joy Brooks, predicts that as many as five thousand county voters will vote absentee in the General Election. Already, 12-hundred county voters have applied to vote absentee, but the actual absentee precinct won’t open until next week. Meantime, Saturday is the deadline for all South Carolinians of voting age to…

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Sandusky witness McQueary files defamation suit against Penn State

October 3, 2012
Sandusky witness McQueary files defamation suit against Penn State

A former Penn State graduate assistant who reported that he saw former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky showering with a young boy in the locker room in 2001 and testified at Sandusky’s child sex abuse trial sued the university Tuesday for defamation and misrepresentation. Mike McQueary’slawsuit, which is seeking millions of dollars in damages, says…

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Braves fall to Pirates

October 3, 2012

Kevin Correia pitched effectively into the seventh inning, Garrett Jones homered and the Pittsburgh Pirates won consecutive games for the first time in four weeks, beating the Atlanta Braves 5-1 Tuesday night. A day after being eliminated from the NL East division title race, the wild-card Braves rested several regulars and shuffled players in and…

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Office workers make it a career

October 3, 2012

A couple of office workers at West Union’s major manufacturer have made it a career with their employer. At the same time, Itron’s Sue Gray and Judy Raines see their work as being part of a family that extends from the workplace to the local community. As director of human resources, Sue Gray has become…

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