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Berkeley County officials are unhappy that the Secretary of State's office shifted the responsibility of paying for the maintenance and upkeep of election voting machines to the state's 55 counties "at the last hour." The county wasn't notified of the...
Tags: Local Elections, Voting
Associated PressThe country's attention will be on North and South Carolina during next year's election as Republicans will compete in a hotly contested primary and Democrats try to keep the Southern toehold they gained in 2008. But the nuts and bolts of those elections...
Tags: Republican Party, Referenda, Local Elections, Finance, Voting
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...
Tags: Local Government, Referenda, Local Elections, Voting, Politics
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...
Tags: Electronics, File Sharing, George W. Bush, Voting
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....
The polls are open and it is time to get out and cast your vote. Mayoral candidates Melina Kennedy and Greg Ballard were out early to cast their votes before a busy day of last-minute campaigning. Both candidates said they feel they feel they have...
Lincoln County voted with the rest of the commonwealth as they gave Governor Steve Beshear a second term in heavier than expected voting Tuesday. County Clerk Sonny Spoonamore said that 24.3 percent of the county’s registered voters turned out for...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's the second Tuesday in November in an odd-numbered year, and that can only mean one thing: an election so sleepily boring that roughly only 20 percent of you will turn out at the polls today.......
ReporterThe State Board of Elections is asking the Virginia Attorney General’s Office to investigate allegations of voting irregularities in Montgomery County. Meeting Monday afternoon in Richmond, members of the board could have petitioned for the...
Tribune reporterA 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...
In the last presidential election, there were numerous reports of electoral irregularities, in particular of dubious actions believed to have been engaged in by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the Association of Community...
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