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U.S. Presidential Election Early Voting (2008)

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  • Early voting becomes an issue

    At a time of budgetary belt-tightening, it's worth asking whether state law should force counties to stage early voting for primary elections. Early voting sites drew few voters prior to Tuesday's primary. Right before the deadline, Broward statistics...
  • Gov. Charlie Crist faces tough times at home

    Gov. Charlie Crist faces tough times at home
    After a wild ride of an election season that took him from John McCain's Arizona ranch to Old Europe, Gov. Charlie Crist is in the midst of a quick rise to the national stage, proposing a distinctive blend of sunny, pocketbook-driven politics as...
  • Sunday Town Review

    COVENTRY — Down by the Mill Brook in South Coventry, an early 19th century farmer kept a Mulberry orchard and the silkworms that feed on that tree. The property likely included a building "where women processed and unwound the cocoons to a thin...
  • Early voting: Broward County locations

    <b>Early voting:</b> Broward  County locations
  • Early voting: Palm Beach County locations

    <b>Early voting:</b> Palm Beach County locations
  • Groups plan registration drive to get Palm Beach County homeless to vote

    Any U.S. citizen 18 or older with identification and an address can register to vote. Now, advocates for the homeless in Palm Beach County want to help even those without addresses do the same thing. "We're trying to help restore [homeless people's]...
  • Elections strain Broward County reserves

    Broward County's emergency cash reserves were all but drained Tuesday to pay for last November's presidential elections after bills ran twice as much as planned. The decision by county commissioners to pay the extra $4.1 million spent on overtime and...
  • 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...
  • 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...