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Henderson voters have approved ballot question 1, amending the city charter to require that a candidate for city council be voted upon by only the registered voters of the ward that candidate seeks to represent. Before today, all voters in […]

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San Francisco, California - Noahnmf

Voters have approved Proposition H. Proposition H changes city elections to even-numbered years. The Mayor, Sheriff, District Attorney, City Attorney, and Treasurer will have their terms end on January 8, 2025, rather than in 2024 to accommodate for the new […]

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November 9, 2022  •  

Nevada Voters Change How They Vote

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Voters in Nevada have passed ballot question 3, which establishes open top-five primaries and ranked-choice voting for all congressional, gubernatorial, state official, and state legislative elections. An open primary is a nonpartisan primary, from which the top five candidates, regardless […]

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Gov. Greg Abbott - by World Travel & Tourism Council

On June 22, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced he will convene a special session of the Legislature on July 8. Agenda items for the special session have not been released yet but will be available prior to its start. Among […]

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The Nevada Legislature adjourned sine die June 1. In the last day of the session, the Legislature passed bills to license cannabis lounges; overhaul state voting policies; change the date of the state’s presidential primary; and mandate all active voters […]

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Alabama State Capitol Building

The Alabama Legislature adjourned sine die on May 17. Among the measures passed were the $2.4 billion spending plan for the next fiscal year, legalization of medical marijuana, and a ban on curbside voting. Additionally, a bill requiring all campaign […]

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine

Gov. Mike DeWine has delayed Ohio’s in-person voting by order of the state’s Health Department after a day of uncertainty about the status of the presidential primary election. DeWine indicated earlier in the day at a press conference he did […]

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Mayor Ethan Strimling announced he will propose changes to city elections, seeking public funding for local campaigns and new lobbyist disclosure rules. Strimling’s new initiatives will demand elected officials disclose meetings with lobbyists and other influencers. The initiatives will also […]

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This week, Gov. Tom Wolf announced what he called a 21st century voting reform plan. This announcement follows an ethics reform plan announced by Gov. Wolf earlier this month. The voting reform plan includes creating an independent commission to draw […]

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The City Council will begin voting next week on existing city-funded demolition contracts worth over $25,000. Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration discovered the existing contracts have never sought required City Council approval during a review of purchasing ordinances. Going forward, officials […]

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November 8, 2011  •  

Election Day

Don’t forget to exercise your right to vote!

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