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Resignations and the Handling of Them as Our Charter States...

Here’s what the charter says about Resignations and the handling of them…

Section 4.7. Resignations.

Resignation of elective officers shall be made in writing, filed with the Clerk and shall be acted upon by the Council at its next regular meeting, following receipt thereof by the Clerk. 132 more words

Dearborn Heights City

It's High time for Sentencing Reform!

My friends is high time for sentencing reform! Decades of research have already proven that there are better and more cost efficient ways to rehabilitate a convict. 149 more words

Dearborn Heights City Clerk Resigns at City Council Meeting On July 22, 2014

The Clerk at the Tuesday July 22 council meeting did submit a list of reasons for resigning I’ve been told that there are several reasons and absentee voter applications are just one of them…He all so has a problem as he stated with the City as a whole and he did say that last night on WXYZ Detroit you can see it… 1,063 more words

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Enrolments declining, flawed poll

Stuff reports Voter enrolment rates declining:

Voter enrolment rates are declining in almost every electorate in New Zealand, despite a general election being less than two months away.

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Voter Registration For Primary Election Is Days Away

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Plan on voting during the upcoming Primary Elections? It’s time to make sure you’re registered as the deadline is fast-approaching.

The Primary Election will be held on August 26th—but being registered to vote is a requirement and the July 28th deadline is just days away. 369 more words


98,000 absentee ballots mailed to Oahu voters

Registered voters on Oahu who requested absentee ballots should be getting their ballots in the mail soon.

The Office of the City Clerk says it mailed out 98,000 primary absentee ballots to voters Friday. 40 more words


Voter ID lawsuits are the last chance to prove the laws are intentionally racist | Ana Marie Cox

The people in this line? They’re waiting to vote. Voter ID laws would make this line a lot shorter. Photograph: Mario Tama / Getty

This week, the US Department of Justice and the state of Texas started arguments in the first of what will be a summer-long dance between the two authorities over voting rights. 21 more words