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Pennsylvania's 18th District

Alan Zendell, March 14, 2018

Before I forget, happy Pi Day.

We’ve already been hearing a lot of nonsense from the so-called pundits about yesterday’s special election in Pennsylvania’s 18th district. 736 more words


Special House Race in Pennsylvania Is Too Close to Call

Democrat Conor Lamb and Republican Rick Saccone in virtual dead heat with nearly all votes counted; absentee ballots still to be tallied


Candidates Conor Lamb, a Democrat, left, and Republican Rick Saccone arrived to vote Tuesday in a special election for a U.S. 1,331 more words

Troops: Protect Your Right to Vote [classic article]

As first seen in GI Money magazine

With recent elections, much attention has been paid to military absentee ballots. With troops moving around internationally and in the case of National Guard units responding to national disasters, across the country, it’s easy to understand why troops are often not at their home of record on Election Day. 1,625 more words

How Secure Are Local Elections--Even When Paper Ballots Are Used?


Buried within this “Democracy Now!” story of the leaked NSA document is the real and very scary problem with elections in this country. It’s very easy to hack elections at the local level. 463 more words


Angela Kokott: What Albertans can learn from B.C. election

It’s taken more than two weeks for B.C. residents to learn the outcome of their provincial election.  In the end nothing has changed from those initial close results.  208 more words


B.C. Election 2017: Over 176,000 absentee ballots to be counted by May 24

Elections BC says a preliminary count of certification envelopes shows there are 176,104 absentee ballots that remain to be counted province-wide.

Absentee ballots will be counted between May 22 and 24 when the final count is done. 291 more words


Christy Clark to continue governing B.C. until final election results are known

BC Liberal Party leader Christy Clark will remain in charge of this province despite her party clinching a minority government, with recounts possible in some close ridings… 510 more words