Back in the 20th century, most elections were over by midnight on Election Day. Now some races go on for weeks as the candidates fight over mail-in ballots.
Concerns growing over rejections of vote-by-mail ballots
ATLANTA>> Drawing on her years of military experience, Maureen Heard was careful to follow all the rules when she filled out an absentee ballot for the 2016 election.
Concerns Growing Over Rejections of Vote-By-Mail Ballots
Drawing on her years of military experience, Maureen Heard was careful to follow all the rules when she filled out an absentee ballot for the 2016 election. She read the instructions thoroughly, signed...
Voting in Sacramento County? Here’s how to use those mail-in ballots
How do I know if I can vote? Who gets Vote by Mail ballots in Sacramento County? How do I fill one out, and where do I drop it off? Can I vote at a polling place? Get answers to these kinds of questions for the California election in November.
What Lehigh Valley voters said on why they voted
Here is what Lehigh Valley voters are saying on why they turned up at polls on Election Day. President Trump is not on the ballot, but he is on voters' minds.
Why shouldn’t voting require voter ID?
Regarding the letter to the editor “‘One too many’” (June 17): Why is the right to vote different than visiting a doctor, admittance to hospitals and government buildings, opening a bank account, flying on an airplane, getting taxes done for you and “everything else” that requires an ID?
Florida voters to decide on felon voting rights
TALLAHASSEE — Keith Ivey has an image in his mind he can’t let go of.It’s just a piece of paper that most people tuck into their
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California voters: Here’s how to find your polling place
Where can I vote? California registered voters can find their local polling places to cast ballots in the midterm election on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, via the Voting Information Project.
Florida's signature rules for mail ballots impose a 'serious burden' on right to vote, court rules
Upholding a judge’s decision that sided with former U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson and national Democrats, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday ruled...
Why early vote in Tennessee
Secretary of State Tre Hargett explains the importance of early voting in Tennessee. Early voting started July 13 and continues through July 28. The state an...
Why Upland may rescind vote on controversial downtown development
UPLAND >> The Upland City Council will consider rescinding its vote to approve a controversial mixed-use develop
Windsor voters to decide budget, booze proposals in voting Tuesday and Wednesday
The town budget going to voters at the Windsor Annual Town Meeting on Wednesday is expected to result in a tax decrease, according to town officials.
NYC voters will decide Tuesday whether to switch to ranked-choice voting
A ballot measure in Tuesday's election would make the city the most populous place yet in the U.S. to adopt ranked-choice voting.
Voters raise concerns about voting machines, poll access
Complaints center on outdated equipment, confusion among election workers, polling place closures and other issues.
Alabama voter registration deadline: How can I register to vote?
More than 3.4 million Alabamians have registered to vote.
Seymour To Vote On Budgets Thursday, May 10
The proposed Seymour town and school budgets go to voters Thursday, May 10. The Seymour Community Center at 20 Pine St. is the town’s lone polling place for this budget...
Voters say they want a third party. They should vote accordingly.
According to an October Rasmussen poll, 38% of likely voters say they’re to vote for “someone other than President Trump or the Democratic presidential nominee” in the 2020 US pre…
Portland voters will decide in March whether to expand ranked-choice voting
The City Council unanimously approved adding to the March ballot a referendum that would, if passed, expand ranked-choice voting to school board, City Council and other municipal elections.
Colorado voters will decide on national popular vote referendum in 2020
A referendum questioning Colorado’s national popular vote law will be considered by voters in November 2020.