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Times Staff WritersThe last day to vote in advance found a long line of voters at the Los Angeles County registrar-recorder's office in Norwalk today, where residents waited patiently to cast their ballots on touch-screen computers. More than 2,000 Los Angeles County...
Tags: Politics, Education, Referenda, Voting Machines, Pennsylvania
Sun ReporterThe U.S. Supreme Court, its deep division on full public display, stopped the vote counting in Florida yesterday and set the stage for a ruling that could make George W. Bush the next president. By a vote of 5-4, the court blocked a 22-hour-old ruling by...
Tags: Politics, U.S. Supreme Court, Texas, Executive Branch, Referenda
Sun ReportersJust when it seemed Vice President Al Gore was gasping his last in a marathon struggle for the White House, the Florida Supreme Court gave him a shot of oxygen, ordering the manual recount of more than 40,000 contested Florida ballots that he hopes will...
Sun ReporterMindful of the extraordinary dispute before it, the Florida Supreme Court pressed lawyers for Al Gore and George W. Bush yesterday to answer whether they should intervene in the contested presidential election and resolve the case by Tuesday when the...
Tribune national correspondentThe last time Florida voters arrived to cast ballots in a presidential race, they had little reason to suspect the election would be riddled with errors. This year, suspicion is presumed. It is honesty that bears the burden of proof. With 1.6 million new...
Tags: Butterfly Ballots, Politics, Local Elections, Tampa, John Kerry
Los Angeles Times Staff writersOne Florida voter penned a plaintive plea on a presidential ballot: "I forgot my glasses and cannot see this. Please put Bush down for my vote." That Bay County ballot wasn't counted last year. Nor was a Jackson County ballot on which someone had circled...
Sun ReporterGeorge W. Bush's campaign said yesterday that a recount confirmed that he had won Florida's election and called on Al Gore to reconsider his decision to support court fights and further recounts in the state. But the Gore campaign rejected the...
of the Sentinel StaffMembers of a key Senate committee discussing election reform Friday generally agreed on updating the state's election machinery and laws. Though they didn't vote on any bills, committee members also agreed that a remedy should be in place by 2002 -- a...
Sun ReporterTaking a page from a Perry Mason script, lawyers for Vice President Al Gore turned an expert witness for Texas Gov. George W. Bush into an ally in their fight for a hand count of contested Florida ballots that could overturn the presidential election....
Tags: Television, Lawyers, Politics, Local Elections, George W. Bush
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