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  • Embattled election supervisors get their day in Tally

     
    TALLAHASSEE – County election supervisors taking heat for last fall’s elections woes pointed the finger Monday at two sources of confusion and angst outside of their control — the length of last fall’s ballot and limits on early...
  • Recalling Ellyn Bogdanoff's first election win

    Recalling Ellyn Bogdanoff's first election win
    Ellyn Bogdanoff's first election win (after losing races for the Broward School Board and the state Senate in the 1990s) was incredibly close. Here's the story I wrote with former Sun Sentinel staff writer Kathy Bushouse when Bogdanoff was finally...
  • Chan Lowe: PB County's chronic election issues

    Chan Lowe: PB County's chronic election issues
    Before we discuss today’s topic, it behooves me to acknowledge an important dissent to an assertion I made yesterday in my post about the “wars” on religion and women¾specifically, that of Mrs. Lowe-Down, who attended an all-women’...
  • ICE arrests Grayslake Filipino woman on voter fraud

    A Filipino woman living in Grayslake was arrested and charged with 17 felony counts related to voter fraud Thursday after being accused of falsely pretending to be a U.S. citizen and voting nine times in elections dating back to 2003, federal officials...
  • 1st Congressional District race remains in dispute

    1st Congressional District race remains in dispute
    Two Democratic candidates in Maryland's 1st Congressional District remained locked Thursday in a too-close-to-call contest for the party's nomination, after an initial tally of absentee ballots left them separated by fewer than 100 votes. In the only...
  • Laurel elections: City unveils new voting machines

    Voters in Laurel's Nov. 1 city elections have more ways to cast their ballots, and the city has adopted new voting machines that will make counting the different ballots quicker and easier. Kimberley Rau, clerk to the Laurel Board of Election...
  • Lack of paper trail leads to concern over Laurel's new voting machines

    I feel some concern about the "new" voting machines being introduced in the Nov. 1 elections in Laurel. These ELECTronic 1242 machines provide no paper trail, or any voter-verifiable record that one's vote has been properly recorded. Lack of a paper trail...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Balloteer Kim Alexander

    Patt Morrison Asks: Balloteer Kim Alexander
    The first California election that Kim Alexander cast a ballot in was a pip; voters decided 16 state propositions -- on creating a state lottery, capping welfare, limiting campaign contributions -- and gave their former governor, Ronald Reagan, a second...
  • Unofficial election results: Moe, Leszcz win re-election

    Votes have been counted from both Ward 1 and Ward 2 polling locations, as well as early voting ballots and any absentee ballots received so far. Results do not include 24 provisional ballots; 11 absentee ballots; and four provisional absentee ballots....
  • Election officials readying plans for dealing with Sandy aftermath

    Election officials readying plans for dealing with Sandy aftermath
    While Hurricane Sandy has turned the presidential campaign upside down for local election officials who must keep democracy's machinery working, the storm also hits at a particularly inopportune time. The week before the election is a time of...
  • PA judge blocks #VoterID law from taking effect in November.

     
    A state judge has blocked Pennsylvania’s tough voter-identification law from taking effect during the November election. In an 18-page ruling issued Tuesday, Commonwealth Court Judge Robert E. Simpson said he wasn’t convinced that the...