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The special election to replace former Congressman Trey Radel is uncharted territory for Lee and Collier county elections officials. Staffers in both elections offices are predicting lower turnouts between 30 and 40 percent and believe the negative
Voters at Riley Elementary School in Arlington Heights may have thought they were seeing triple while voting on Election Day earlier this month. They were seeing Mary, Theresa and Frances Ponicki, all 17 years old and juniors at Prospect High School.
Today is Election Day in Illinois. Earlier, I took my elderly aunt (she's 80-plus) to vote on Chicago's 85 percent-plus black South Side. The election featured races involving from the governor on down to county
Voters trickled into the polls Monday, the first day of early voting for primary contests that'll help determine Illinois' next governor, a U.S. senator and numerous local offices. Election officials reported a sluggish start with some predicting
R.I. (AP) Rhode Island would join most other states in allowing voters to cast a ballot before election day under legislation pending before the state's General Assembly. The bill introduced by Democratic state Sen. Erin Lynch of Warwick would allow
Miami-Dade voters endured lines up to seven hours long during the last presidential election in part because the county delayed a key once-a-decade decision to evenly divide voters among precincts. Now, with a looming gubernatorial election in
Monday is the voter registration deadline for the Feb. 11 San Diego mayoral runoff election and a ballot measure in Solana Beach. Anyone who hasn't done so before, has recently moved or changed their name needs to register, according to the county
Pictured, Arthur Lamy puts his ballot in the voting machine with election worker Marilyn Sheff, left, and Anne Maguire, seated. Lamy's wife Maryann, not pictured, is also an election worker.
Conn. (AP) Secretary of the State Denise Merrill says 31 percent of registered voters across Connecticut turned out to cast ballots in the recent municipal elections. The town of Bridgewater reported the highest turnout, where 77.39 percent of
The suit filed Saturday claimed the Colorado Secretary of State and county election clerks weren't doing their jobs by improperly interpreting conflicting residency deadlines between the state election law and local elections that granted more time.