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Tarasenko’s struggles and three other reversals in elections to select regional governors this month amount to the worst showing for Kremlin-backed candidates since 2012. Though there is no immediate threat to the ruling United Russia party’s grip on power, it suggests growing discontent over living standards, not least plans to delay the retirement age, which have also been reflected in declining popularity ratings for President Vladimir Putin. The decision to re-run the election was made after Communist Party supporters took to the streets of Vladivostok to protest after Tarasenko mounted an improbable comeback in the final stages of counting to edge out his Communist challenger Andrei Ishchenko. Ishchenko said on Thursday he disagreed with the decision to have a re-run and judged he should be declared the winner of the original vote. The Interfax news agency cited him as saying he would try to overturn the ruling for a re-run via the courts. Tarasenko, the Kremlin-backed candidate, said the ruling to re-run the election was fair, saying there had been too many complaints. With just under 99 percent of votes counted on Sunday night, Tarasenko was trailing Ishchenko by more than 2 percentage points. But on Monday, the local election commission said Tarasenko had won by just over 1 percentage point, with results showing he had received almost every one of the final 20,000 votes counted. FILE PHOTO: A policeman guards a polling station during the gubernatorial election in the far eastern city of Vladivostok, Russia September 16, 2018.
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More than 200 people paid $20 to attend the event, which organizers said was timed for the eve of Yom Kippur, the Jewish holiday of atonement, and wasn’t intentionally meant to conflict with the Emmys, where Barr’s former costar Laurie Metcalf was nominated for supporting actress in a comedy series (Metcalf lost to Alex Borstein of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”) Barr was visibly emotional during the event, breaking down in tears as she described the toll her ouster had on her. “It physically defeated me, and I was just leveled,” she said. “It was so depressing, like a death.” And although the topic of the evening revolved around forgiveness, she suggested that she had already done enough, had apologized repeatedly and expressed remorse for her tweet. She said it was more important “to get right with my maker than to be forgiven.” The joy is in knowing what you did wrong. It’s the bravery and courage and self-reflection to get down to it and make it as right as you can. Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, comedian Roseanne Barr, and the editor of the Jewish Journal, David Suissa, participate in a discussion on atonement and repentance. (Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times) She added, “The joy is in knowing what you did wrong. It’s the bravery and courage and self-reflection to get down to it and make it as right as you can.
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When he was a junior in high school, Dany made the development team at Club Tijuana, but his dad insisted that he stay in Salinas to finish high school. The dream for Dany was to make his professional debut in the U.S., his home country, especially after being chosen as a junior college All-American at Hartnell. By the time he got to Mexico, distinctions like borders didn’t matter. “I knew it was my last resort,” he said. Julio Sanchez runs the El Camino FC soccer club in Salinas. He said he was among the “silent supporters” who paid for Dany’s trips to Querétaro and helped navigate the Mexican embassy in San Jose. A Cal Poly alum born to Mexican parents in Salinas, Sanchez said college is always the priority for promising young players. He also said it’s not always realistic. “We gotta have an option for those we know that’s not working out,” Sanchez said. “That’s where these Mexican connections come in.” Enrique Montano has seen the minor leagues up close in both the U.S. and Mexico since leaving Alisal.
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