CT Official Charged With Ballot Forgery
Concerns raised around thousands of missing ballots.(Bill Oxford/iStock) John Mallozzi, the former chairperson for one of Connecticut’s local Democratic parties, has been convicted of fraudulently submitting fake ballots in one of Connecticut’s local elections.
$4,000+ National Stimulus Rebate Program For All Americans
States have rebate programs to help citizens make their homes more energy efficient. But if your state does not have one such initiative, that is okay. There is one at the federal level. This project will give rebates for all energy-efficient purchases. So, it is best to keep your receipt and labor invoices.
Court says mail ballots with missing or erroneous dates can't be counted. Thousands of democrat votes are to be affected
The Supreme Court in Pennsylvania has ruled that counties should not be counting mail ballots that have missing or incorrect dates. This could potentially affect approximately 42,000 democrat voters.
Wednesday in Portland: Multnomah County residents concerned over postcards urging them to vote
(Nathan Howard/Getty Images) (PORTLAND, Ore.) Hello Portlanders! It's Wednesday, Nov. 2 - Here's your daily round up of all the news happening in the City of Roses. 1. Multnomah County voters receiving postcards urging them to vote.
Number of drop boxes in FoCo finalized for November election
Only one drop box will be available in Forsyth County for the November 8 General Election(Image by Getty Images) (Forsyth County, GA) Only one drop box will be available in Forsyth County for the November 8 General Election.
Pinal County runs out of in-person ballots following mail-in ballot errors
Nearly two dozen Pinal polling locations ran out of ballots yesterday – adding more confusion to a primary election in which 60,000 erroneous mail-in ballots were sent to voters early last month.
"Do not wait on us": Pinal officials move to issue supplementary ballots after design errors discovered
(Florence, Ariz.) — After a confusing and concerning weekend, voters in seven municipalities within Arizona's third-largest county know now what the next steps will be for dealing with a substantial administrative error that affected over 60,000 early ballots.
Thousands of Pinal voters will receive new early ballots following an apparent administrative error
(Florence, Ariz.) — Seeing as primary elections are right around the corner, scores of Arizonans have already received their early ballots through the mail. But officials in Pinal County are sanctioning thousands of supplementary forms for residents in Casa Grande, Eloy, and other communities after errors were discovered on already-mailed ballots.