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Sarasota City Commission runoff Staff report Published: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 8:14 p.m...Democrats Susan Chapman and Suzanne Atwell will face off against Republican Richard Dorfman for two at-large City Commission seats following today's
The Muttahida Qaumi Movement and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf have still to qualify for the upcoming general elections, it has been learnt. Only about 123 out of the 227 registered political parties in the country have so far qualified to contest the
Voters can get a head start to the polls Thursday as DeKalb County kicks off voting for its consolidated elections. Pre-election day voting runs from Thursday to April 8 and allows registered voters to submit their ballots before election day April 9.
The Republic of South Sudan is the youngest and promising developmental state in the region with a lot of ambitions in the course of nation building including its Transitional Constitution passed in 2011. One ambitious provision under this law is
After nearly three months of intense training, the head of Sedgwick County's election office is confident Tuesday's primary will run smoothly after two Election Night stumbles last year. We've certainly learned a lot, said Tabitha Lehman, the county'
28 AM Text Size: tool goes here Opponents of Fresno's effort to outsource the city's home trash service say they have cleared their signature-gathering hurdle to force the issue to a vote. Mayor Ashley Swearengin said the city's immediate response
The long Election Day lines around Florida may have turned away more than 200,000 frustrated would-be voters who gave up and went home before they cast ballots or else saw the lines and elected not to join them. Analyzing data compiled by the Orlando
The Election Commission (EC) has advised registered voters to check their registration details for the coming 13th general election. EC secretary Datuk Kamaruddin Mohamed Baria in a statement here said there were a total of 13,105,407 registered
Oklahoma City attorney Jerry Fent asked the Oklahoma Supreme Court on Monday to overturn a 2011 law making it more difficult for taxpayers to file lawsuits against the government. He is appealing an Oklahoma County district judge's decision to toss
One of the school board aspirants, Scott Folsom, filed a complaint with the district's attorney's office last month alleging fraud and possible forgery. Franny Parrish, the other would-be candidate, said she would comply with any probe into the firm,