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I have a question about those temporary bulletin boards that crop up from time to time, the ones with the blank squares with numbers in the center. One appeared recently near my home, soon followed by the noise pollution of another election, by which
Staff writer From Hokkaido to Okinawa Prefecture, 1,504 candidates are campaigning for the 480 seats up for grabs in Sunday's Lower House election. During the 12-day campaigning period, which officially began last Tuesday, the candidates must
12/07/2012 07:51:32 PM PST Updated: 12/07/2012 08:00:14 PM PST Campaign season has officially kicked off in several South Bay cities with March municipal elections. Hopefuls for seats on local city councils and school boards had until Friday in
He plays centerfield for his school's varsity baseball team and is a forward for the basketball squad...He once spent three days refurbishing a decrepit upright piano he found at Mira Costa High School...So much so, in fact, that he's eyeing a seat
Hank the Cat appeared to have all the makings of a successful U.S. Senate candidate: a compelling biography (born to a single mother living on the streets), a snazzy website and plenty of free media coverage. What he didnt have, aside from opposable
Ore. (AP) When the appointed incumbent for the Lane County Circuit Court Position 7 mistakenly failed to file paperwork to appear on the ballot, he set in motion a lively and time-consuming write-in contest. Incumbent Jay McAlpin ultimately won the
The write-in campaign for Constable for the Quartzsite Justice Court (JP 4) has ended in a tie between Starr Bearcat and Bill Moore. Of 1,713 valid write-in ballots for County Attorney, Rogers received 548 votes, for 32 percent of the ballots cast.
In this March 28, 2012, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, appears at a town hall meeting in College Park, Md. Paul picked up more delegates to the Republican National Convention Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012, after his
On their ballots a candidate running unopposed demands an alternative, and on their touch-screen voting machines now they can call up a keyboard and type any name they want, right under the automated instruction "Record write in." "Recordwrite in,"
Well-known and perennial write-in candidates such as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck earned some space on the ballot, as did Betty Boop and Bob Dylan. Voters more frustrated with Huelskamp, however, opted to make a statement with their write-in