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U.S. Presidential Election Early Voting (2008)

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  • Early voting begins for special congressional election

     
    Early voting begins Monday and continues through Sunday in the Palm Beach County part of the 19th Congressional District. Voters are picking a replacement for U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler, who resigned at the beginning of the year. The special election......
  • Update on the 19th District special election

     
    Tuesday is Election Day in the 19th Congressional District in northern and central Broward, plus part of Palm Beach County. Here's a discussion of the race on Friday morning's POTUS politics program on Sirius XM Satellite Radio: Powered by Podbean.com.......
  • Early voting, absentee ballots running high in parts of 19th Congressional District

     
    Election Day isn???t until Tuesday in the 19th Congressional District, but turnout is already high in some areas based on early voting and absentee ballots. Candidates are competing to succeed former U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler, who resigned at the beginning....
  • Voters head to polls in special congressional election

     
    Tuesday is Election Day in the 19th Congressional District in northern and central Broward, plus part of Palm Beach County. Polls are open until 7 p.m. Tuesday. Anyone in line at that time is allowed to vote. Complete coverage: Early......
  • Michelle Obama heads to Nevada

     
    by Lisa Mascaro Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will get a little help in his re-election bid next week as he welcomes First Lady Michelle Obama to Nevada to tout healthy living initiatives in Reno and Las Vegas. Michelle Obama......
  • A special election to pick a lame duck? What?

     
    UPDATE -- I spoke with Martin Oberman, one of the plaintiff's attorneys in Judge & Kindler v. Quinn and Burris --see the recent appellate opinion here (.pdf) -- and I've added some of his thoughts below as well as a......
  • A special election to pick a lame duck? The idea just might fly

     
    UPDATED Recently, my occasional sparring partner Dennis Byrne wrote There's good news for Illinois: we might be able to retire Sen. Roland Burris, D-Ill., two months earlier than expected....we can thank a federal appellate court that last week ruled...
  • Social nets wrap: Bush, Whitman, Brown and others celebrate Independence Day weekend

     
    Politicians including John McCain, Arnold Schwarzegger and George Bush bid their social networking followers a happy Independence Day weekend....
  • McCollum wins campaign finance case; Scott vows appeal

     
    U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle has rejected an attempt by  Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott to block his primary opponent, Bill McCollum, from receiving potentially millions in matching dollars for his campaign from taxpayers. Scott, a...
  • August election registration deadline is Monday (July 26)

     
    For those who like to complain about happenings at the local courthouse, the Broward School Board, in Tallahassee and Washington, D.C., now's your chance to do something about it. But you have to make sure you're registered to vote by......
  • Fund raising sneak preview on (all but one) Orange mayor hopefuls

     
    See updates totals in italics Orange County's mayoral candidates turn in campaign fund raising reports today and there are no new plot twists expected to come out. Three of the candidates — Teresa Jacobs (about $100,000), Linda Stewart($20,000-$25,...