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Election Day

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Top Election Day Articles

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  • Voters: Use your head, not your heart --No one will hear or heed ballots cast in protest

     
    Cranky, frustrated, appalled voters, I hear you. You're not happy with the major party candidates for governor and the U.S. Senate — as flawed and uninspiring a quartet of glad-handers as ever aspired to lead and represent our state. You're......
  • Election Day is one week away: Here's your Voter Guide

     
    Election day is just one week away. Whether you are Democratic or Republican, or a third-party independent, when you arrive at your polling place on Nov. 2, it'll be helpful to have your choices already in mind. Check out the......
  • Webster to rally supporters while debate goes on without him

     
    Republican Dan Webster will make the first stop on his five-day “F150 Pickup Truck Tour of District 8″ tonight in a final push to rally support before Election Day. He'll be at Central Florida Christian Academy in West Orange — his...
  • Judge refuses to throw out political-committee requirement of campaign finance law

     
    The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE – A federal judge has denied a bid by four activists backed by the conservative Institute for Justice, who were seeking to block Florida campaign finance laws from affecting their opposition to a November...
  • Chicagoan President Obama votes early, but only once

     
    Ah, but how many times will his ballot be counted back home in Cook County?...
  • Gubernatorial TV Tally: Final week, $13 million in ads and growing

     
    Mark this down in the political file: If Democrat Alex Sink doesn't win the Florida governor's race, it won't be because a millionaire investor outspent her on television. The latest media-buying figures show Sink and Democrats had bought  $7 million in....
  • Q-poll: Sink 45 percent, Scott 41 percent

     
    A new Quinnipiac University poll released this morning finds Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink with a 45 percent-to-41 percent edge over Republican Rick Scott. The school's last poll two weeks ago had Scott up 1-percentage point, although...
  • League of Women Voters offers election hotline

     
    The League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County, working with public broadcasting station WXEL, has telephone hotline system to answer election questions. Questions will be answered thorugh Election Day for questions about voting, such as where, when...
  • Meek campaign confirms Clinton raised issue of dropping out; Says Meek never agreed

     
    UPDATE 3: OK, now we're getting dizzy. Meek campaign spokesman Dave Hoffman now says he “misspoke” when he said earlier that Clinton suggested Meek get out of the race. He said “suggest” was “too strong” a word and that...
  • GOP likely to strengthen its hold on Florida Legislature

     
    By John Kennedy, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Florida Republicans look poised to tighten their grip on the Legislature in next week’s elections, with at least one Senate Democratic seat expected to flip to the GOP and the party...
  • Rasmussen: Scott-Sink back to ‘toss up,’ although Scott still up

     
    Republican robo-pollster Scott Rasmussen has released his own Florida governor's race poll, and it shows GOP nominee Rick Scott with a 3 percentage-point lead over Democrat Alex Sink. That is less of a cushion than Rasmussen — whom many non-p...
  • Absentee voting even when he doesn’t want to

     
    3:00 p.m. update with advice from Elections Supervisor Bill Cowles: If you get an absentee ballot and don't want to vote absentee, you still can vote regular. Eric Baker of Orlando was surprised the other day when his absentee ballot arrived in the mail....