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Election Day

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Top Election Day Articles

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  • Get out and vote, Glendale

    Local incumbents shy away from open debate and discussion of their record. Instead, they rely on slick four-color mailers, their party's advantage in registered voters, and a low turnout on Election Day. "We the People" govern this nation through our...
  • Five seek seats with water district

    COSTA MESA — On Tuesday, after voters have waded through the options for state, county and city offices, low down on the ballot they'll cast their choice for two division seats on the Mesa Consolidated Water District Board of Directors. The race...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Enjoy the attacks and slant while you can

    You're sad, aren't you? Be honest. You're all upset because Tuesday is Election Day and campaign season is almost over. You want the commercials and the campaign mail and the media coverage to just go on and on, don't you? Political campaigns – you...
  • Voters To Head To The Polls, With Governor's Race Too Close To Call

    Voters To Head To The Polls, With Governor's Race Too Close To Call
    Connecticut voters will decide the state's next governor, choose a new U.S. senator, and determine whether Republicans gain any of the state's five congressional seats, now all held by Democrats. The governor's race is expected to be the closest in...
  • Official Governor Results Released: Malloy Wins

    Official Governor Results Released: Malloy Wins
    Official numbers released by the Secretary of the State Friday evening show that Democrat Dannel Malloy will be Connecticut's next governor. But Republican Tom Foley still wouldn't concede defeat in the state's closest gubernatorial election in half a...
  • 10 things you might not know about Election Day

    10 things you might not know about Election Day
    The popularity of early voting threatens to dim the charm of a single Election Day. Which might be a good thing, according to a recent study that reported an 18 percent greater chance of being involved in a fatal car crash that day. Without a doubt, it'...
  • 10 things you might not know about dirty politics

    10 things you might not know about dirty politics
    It's that season again, when the dead return to life. We're not talking about Halloween--we mean Election Day, when ghost voters haunt the land. Here are 10 examples of political dirty tricks: 1. When unscrupulous British political operatives show up...
  • World View: Feeling fully American after first-time vote

    Seventeen minutes. That's all it took for me to vote for the first time as an American. Tuesday night's visit to the polls was a first, too, in that I'd never voted for anything or any election associated with any of the three other countries whose...
  • 10 things you might now know about The Outfit

    The Family Secrets trial has brought Chicago's mob into a spotlight that it hasn't experienced in decades. While Joey "the Clown" Lombardo and other defendants profess their innocence, let's look back at the Outfit's sordid past: 1. Al Capone was known...
  • Tapes reveal unvarnished Blagojevich pushing for campaign money

    Tapes reveal unvarnished Blagojevich pushing for campaign money
    Three days before he was arrested, Rod Blagojevich was getting bad news from his brother Robert. Their goal of boosting the governor's campaign fund to $4 million was quickly fading. The governor was not happy. "Oh, this is no good, forget that. This is...
  • Blagojevich trial focus shifts to alleged Senate seat sale attempt

    Blagojevich trial focus shifts to alleged Senate seat sale attempt
    It was right before the 2008 election when then- Gov. Rod Blagojevich first heard that future President Barack Obama had strong feelings about whom he wanted to succeed him in the U.S. Senate. And almost immediately, the governor had a question. "What...