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  • What If Marijuana Was Legal? Prop 19 Measure's Immediate Effect Remains Up In The Air

    What If Marijuana Was Legal? Prop 19 Measure's Immediate Effect Remains Up In The Air
    Imagine it's the day after the election, and California awakes to a brave new state where marijuana is the same as alcohol, at least legally. Does that mean anyone over 21 can head to the nearest medical marijuana club and buy pot for personal pleasure?...
  • What Voters Need To Know Before Heading To The Polls

    What Voters Need To Know Before Heading To The Polls
    As people gear up to head to the polls Tuesday morning, PIX 11 News has all the information you need to make sure your voice is heard. In New York City, polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. In order to get familiar with the ballot you'll be using,...
  • Group pickets T-Mobile store

    Group pickets T-Mobile store
    Cars horns blared in support as about a dozen residents in yellow T-shirts Monday afternoon waved signs denouncing T-Mobile in front of one of their Huntington Beach stores. The Committee for No on Measure Q supporters picketed a T-Mobile store at 8112...
  • You Decide 2010 Polling and Ballot Information

    You Decide 2010 Polling and Ballot Information
  • NYC Turns To Twitter To Help Handle Voter Complaints

    NYC Turns To Twitter To Help Handle Voter Complaints
    For some it was long lines, for others low turnout, confusing voting machines, or seemingly clueless poll workers... No matter the nature of the complaint, there's a new way to voice it, twitter. Mayor Michael Bloomberg urged voters to send their...
  • Local incumbents hold on strong, despite nationwide changes

    Republican Rep. David Dreier cruised to victory over his main challenger, Democrat Russ Warner, Tuesday night with 54.5% to 36.9%, according to the Los Angeles County registrar. Assemblyman Anthony Portantino trounced his main opponent, Republican...
  • Connecticut Judge Asked To Extend Bridgeport Poll Hours

    Connecticut Judge Asked To Extend Bridgeport Poll Hours
    Connecticut's state Democratic Party is in court, seeking to have to polls open for another two hours in Bridgeport because of a ballot shortage. Nancy Nicolescu (Nihk-oh-LES'-qoo), spokeswoman for the State Elections Enforcement Commission, confirmed...
  • Legal Challenge Possible From Bridgeport Ballot Shortage

    A judge's decision to extend voting hours to 10 p.m. in Bridgeport led to threats from Republicans that they would challenge the legality of votes cast after 8 p.m. Bridgeport officials ran out of ballots in a number of polling places, forcing an...
  • Polling Place Troubles in El Dorado County

    Polling Place Troubles in El Dorado County
    El Dorado County election officials have reported multiple issues at polling places that they've had to deal with. At least 18 polling places within El Dorado County were extremely low on ballots or completely ran out at about 6 p.m. election night. To...