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Gov McAuliffe Announces, New Voting Machines Coming to Virginia

Citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia could be casting their ballots on new voting machines starting November 2015. Governor Terry McAuliffe will ask lawmakers today for 28-million dollars to purcase the machines for nearly 22-hundred precincts. 471 more words

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Gov McAuliffe Announces, New Voting Machines Coming to Virginia

Citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia could be casting their ballots on new voting machines starting November 2015. Governor Terry McAuliffe will ask lawmakers today for 28-million dollars to purcase the machines for nearly 22-hundred precincts. 471 more words

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McAuliffe plans to budget $28M for voting machines

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP/WAVY) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe is planning to include $28 million in his budget for new voting machines across Virginia that would create a paper trail for individual votes. 193 more words

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Namibia gave priority to a business with India rather to its voters


Namibia is in the news these days, not only because it will be opening its polling stations on November 28th to renew its Presidency and Legislative Power, but because half of its 2.3 million voters will be Africa’s pioneers in e-voting. 423 more words

Did anyone else notice...?

We had a national election last week.  I think it was mentioned on television.

One political party seems to have won elections all over the place, remember? 55 more words

Idiot Politicians

North Carolina voters report voting machines switching their votes to GOP candidate

A Voter in Guilfrord County, attempting to take advantage of early voting in North Carolina, told the News-Record that the voting machine he used repeatedly switched his vote for a Democrat to a vote for her Republican opponent. 89 more words

Politics

Thoughts on the Election

The elections are over the results are coming in, time to reflect on some of the highlights of the election.

First off in Texas you have the democrats pushing a poor candidate in Wendy Davis. 100 more words

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