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Early Elections for New Yorkers?

Ever wish you could vote earlier at the polls? Well now that may actually be happening in New York. Councilman Ben Kallos’ bill would open some polling places for two weeks before municipal elections, giving New Yorkers longer to select their candidates for city offices according to the… 132 more words

Early voting to begin for special elections

ATLANTA (AP) – In-person early voting is to begin Monday for special elections in two state House districts.

House District 50 is in Fulton County and House District 120 is in Greene, Oglethorpe, Putnam, Taliaferro and Wilkes Counties. 59 more words


American Voting Preferences Says Voting Booths are Going Out of Style

Voting booths are so passe.

Or so says new analysis by the Data Freaks over at Forbes out of Utah.

In a recent story published on Forbes, a report found that 21 percent of voters prefer voting by mail and 20 percent prefer voting via the Internet. 186 more words

For second time, Senate ops to expand early voting in NJ

TRENTON – The New Jersey Senate passed for a second time in two years a bill that would expand early voting in the state today, 21-15. 353 more words

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Do Palm Beach County elections workers need better training?

The day after the Nov. 4 election, Palm Beach County Elections Supervisor Susan Bucher stepped forward to declare that the ballot was smooth and produced some of the fastest results in county history. 516 more words


Voter ID fight heads to state courts, Legislature

WICHITA, Kansas (AP) — The fight over a voter proof-of-citizenship law that prevented about 22,000 Kansas residents from casting ballots on Election Day has shifted back to state courts and lawmakers. 103 more words


Simon's Wish List: June Primary, Early Voting

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Steve Simon is preparing to hop from one branch of Minnesota’s government to another.

Simon, a Democrat, won a close race to replacing retiring Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, and moves to his next chapter after 10 years in the state House where he made a reputation as an elections expert. 526 more words