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U.S. Presidential Election Early Voting (2008)

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  • Election night live blog

     
    Random thoughts as results come in, with the latest posted at the top: 11:50 p.m. -- Just watched Republican governor nominee Rick Scott give his victory speech in Fort Lauderdale, to a roomful of people who looked like they were......
  • Did the rains wash away McCollum’s win?

     
    Former health-care executive Rick Scott clung to an early lead over Attorney General Bill McCollum Tuesday night in the race for the Republican nomination for governor, as the most-expensive primary – and one of the ugliest – in Florida history s...
  • An AWOL electorate

     
    Preliminary estimates of voter turnout in Florida's primary show that only about one in five registered voters bothered to cast ballots. Some elections officials blamed the rain, as if voters would be surprised by showers in Florida in the summertime....
  • Harris County Voting Information

  • Elections strain Broward County reserves

    Broward County's emergency cash reserves were all but drained Tuesday to pay for last November's presidential elections after bills ran twice as much as planned. The decision by county commissioners to pay the extra $4.1 million spent on overtime and...
  • Gov. Charlie Crist warns S. Floridians not to be complacent

    Gov. Charlie Crist and state emergency planners today warned that South Florida could see the impacts of Tropical Storm Fay - including flooding and tornadoes - even if the storm stays aimed at the state's West Coast. "Floridians should not focus on...
  • Crist warns Fay will take aim at Northeast Florida

    Gov. Charlie Crist said that Tropical Storm Fay has been "almost stationary" this morning over Cape Canaveral, and warned the storm will take aim at Northeast Florida and sweep across the Panhandle, dumping potentially more than 10 inches of rain in...
  • TV news: Cautiously gung-ho

    TV news: Cautiously gung-ho
    Reporting from New York -- CNN will use hologram technology to beam three-dimensional images of its field correspondents onto its Election Center set. NBC News will project a U.S. map on the Rockefeller Plaza ice skating rink, where the states will turn...
  • Jindal has unlikely opponent in open-records fight

    Jindal has unlikely opponent in open-records fight
    Wayne Waddell hardly seems the type to take on the state's most powerful politician, but the mild-mannered state representative from Shreveport - the longest-serving current House member - is tenaciously fighting the administration of Gov. Bobby Jindal...
  • Gov. Charlie Crist faces tough times at home

    Gov. Charlie Crist faces tough times at home
    After a wild ride of an election season that took him from John McCain's Arizona ranch to Old Europe, Gov. Charlie Crist is in the midst of a quick rise to the national stage, proposing a distinctive blend of sunny, pocketbook-driven politics as...
  • 'Super Tuesday' presidential debates in California

    The top Democratic and Republican presidential contenders will be invited to appear in nationally televised debates in California less than one week before "Super Tuesday," CNN, The Los Angeles Times, and Politico announced Friday. The California...
  • Clinton to unveil $70-billion economic boost

    Amid growing signs of trouble in the U.S. economy, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton will propose a $70-billion package today to stimulate the economy and will urge Congress to stand ready to offer a $40-billion rebate to...