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Special Election Set For 35th Senate District Seat

INGLEWOOD (CBSLA.com) — A Feb. 10 special election has been set to fill the state Senate seat left vacant by the resignation of Sen. Roderick Wright, who was convicted of voter fraud for living outside his district. 165 more words


Winsted Special Election May Determine Embattled Town Manager's Fate

There is a special election in Winsted today to fill a number of vacancies in the local government.

The election is to pick two new members for the Board of Selectmen that were vacated by Mayor Lisa Smith and Selectman Robert Vogt. 156 more words


Marijuana reform candidate finishes fifth in special Texas Senate election

Pro-marijuana candidate Kerry McKennon finished fifth in the special state senate election for District 28 in Texas.

In all, 42,789 votes were cast in a matchup which featured a total of six candidates, four of which were Republicans. 266 more words


Landslide approval in merger of Garner-Hayfield, Ventura districts

GARNER, Iowa — Voters lined up during Tuesday’s special election to approve a merger between two north Iowa school districts.

The Garner-Hayfield Community School District and Ventura Schools already operate under a sharing agreement.   46 more words


Castle Rock Certifies Open Carry Votes

CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4)- A judge has certified the special election results in Castle Rock where voters approved an open carry ordinance.

Both measures on the ballot passed; Measure A, which called for no restrictions passed with 50.8 percent of the vote and Measure B, which called for all measures regarding open carry need to be voted on passed with 71.2 percent of the vote. 159 more words


Castle Rock Voters: Open Carry Firearms Okay

CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4) – The ballots have been counted and Castle Rock voters have decided to allow firearms to be carried openly in town buildings and parks. 206 more words


Voters will decide on $1.5 million dollar county project

WORTH COUNTY, Iowa – Voters will be asked to approve a $1.5 million dollar Worth County Resources Center.

The Board of Supervisors has set November 4 as the date of a special election on whether Worth County should take out a loan for that much to build a facility to house an emergency operations center, the County Conservation Board and backup locations for Sheriff’s radio dispatch and information technology. 51 more words