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Absentee Voting In Person on Friday, Saturday, Monday

The April 4th General Election is for Mayor, Comptroller, Odd Numbered Wards Aldermen, 16th Ward Alderman, School Board (three seats), Community College Trustee Board (one seat), and six ballot issues. 100 more words

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Absentee Voting for Town Election Available Now

Absentee voting is now available for next month’s town election, according to Town Clerk Andrea Carlson. Voting can been done at the Town Clerk’s office in Hamilton Town Hall during regular hours – Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. 74 more words

Friday-Saturday In-Person Absentee Voting at Board of Election

The Board of Election Commissioners is open for In-Person Absentee Voting…
8 am to 5 pm Friday, March 3rd
9 am to 1 pm Saturday, March 4th… 159 more words

St. Louis

5 pm Wednesday Deadline To Request Absentee Ballot By Mail

5 pm Wednesday is your last day to request an Absentee Ballot By Mail for the March 7th Primary Election for Mayor, Comptroller, Odd Numbered Wards Aldermen, 16th Ward Alderman, and Proposition S. 133 more words


Dangerous precedent set by government officials

The infamous race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is coming to a close, and with that the laws behind accurate voting representation has brought heat among many political leaders. 989 more words


bmi regional announces new Birmingham hub with three new routes

Graz, Gothenburg and Nuremberg flights to launch this spring

bmi regional is creating a new hub at Birmingham airport, launching three exciting new European routes… 1,028 more words


Well, At Least Marijuana Won Big On Election Night!

“This is the most momentous Election Day in history for the movement to end marijuana prohibition.”

Voters in eight out of nine states that went to the polls on the issue of marijuana reform voted to roll back longstanding restrictions on the drug. 846 more words

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WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 8: A home pot grower shows some of his marijuana from a previous harvest inside his apartment in Washington, D.C., August 8, 2015. The female plants, which were grown in large flower tents with LED and daylight lights, need around 60 days before they are ready. (Photo by Astrid Riecken For The Washington Post via Getty Images)