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U.S. Presidential Election Early Voting (2008)

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  • Busy last day for Assembly

    Busy last day for Assembly
    Illegal immigrants would be stripped of Maryland driver's licenses by 2015 under a last-minute legislative compromise that seeks to end the state's status as a haven for foreigners seeking government-backed credentials. Adopted in the final moments of...
  • Early Voting Begins in New Orleans

    With Saints fever and the potential of a Super Bowl trip, New Orleanians are a little distracted as early voting started Saturday. People headed to the polls. In New Orleans East and City Hall, voter traffic varied from a steady stream to a trickle, but...
  • Polling shows little to please Republicans in 2010

    Republicans had to look for a very long time at last week's Field Poll of California voters to find something remotely uplifting as they ponder the 2010 state elections. There it was, eventually: Against San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, a Democrat...
  • Harry Reid-Sharron Angle race gets even uglier in Nevada

    Harry Reid-Sharron Angle race gets even uglier in Nevada
    The increasingly contentious Nevada Senate race between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and his ultra-conservative Republican opponent, Sharron Angle, took an ugly turn last week when the candidates accused each other of going easy on child molesters &#...
  • O'Malley widens lead over Ehrlich

    Gov. Martin O'Malley has opened a 14-point lead over former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. in their gubernatorial rematch, solidifying his Democratic base and winning over independents while his rival struggles to capitalize on the voter anger that is...
  • 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'...
  • Segal flexes fundraising muscle on TV, radio ads

    Segal flexes fundraising muscle on TV, radio ads
    Orange County Commissioner Bill Segal purchased $225,000 in TV and radio ads leading up to the Aug. 24 county mayor's primary, a sum that surpasses what any other candidate in the race has raised in the campaign so far, county records show. Those Segal...
  • Orange County mayoral candidates stake out issues during forum

    Four mayoral candidates squared off Wednesday at an Orange County League of Women Voters forum, staking out positions on issues such as bus-system funding, redistricting and ethics. The four — businessman Matthew Falconer, former Commissioner...
  • Early Voting Continues In New Orleans

    Time is running out for New Orleans voters who want to cast an early ballot for mayor. Friday and Saturday are the final two days in the early voting period. Candidates are encouraging New Orleans residents to vote early, fearing that there will be too...
  • VA lines fade as votes cast, rain sets in

     
    by Laura Olson ARLINGTON, VA. -- A light rain that began in early afternoon coincided with a drop in lines at Virginia polling places. An estimated 50 percent of voters had cast a ballot by 10 a.m., according to state......
  • In VA, long lines, patient voters

     
    (Photo by Laura Olson.) by Laura Olson ALEXANDRIA, VA. - At 7:15 a.m. the line to vote at Alexandria's City Hall was out the door, around the corner and halfway down the side of the building. That's nothing, said......