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Theres an election on, and its up to each and every one of us to do our part, but Eh? needs you to step up and go to a polling loc... Posted on 11/4/13 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Election Day Resource
Tuesday, November 5 is Election Day. It isn't a presidential election year, but there are still items to be voted on.
Here is a great resource for using the newspaper to teach younger students about ... Posted on 11/1/13 at 8:45 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Lawmakers don’t like online voter registration bypassing them
By Don Davis
Lawmakers from both parties say that Secretary of State Mark Ritchie should not have started online voter registration without first obtaining legislative approval.
But until the next leg... Posted on 10/16/13 at 8:01 AM
THE NEW FORTY Tuesday cannot come soon enough.
Is it just me or has this campaign season been the most unbearable campaign season of all time? I think it has been decidedly more unbearable because of Facebook.Facebook has become a more powerful de... Posted on 11/4/12 at 11:46 AM
Voters who show up at some Minnesota polling places next month will encounter sign-in stations equipped with iPads or bar code scanners as part of an experiment designed to test whether more technology would cut wait times, save money and inspire more confidence in the election process.
Senate Democrats are advancing a batch of election law changes that so far haven't received any Republican support. Some GOP votes are essential, given that Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton has said he will only sign bipartisan election bills. The Senate proposal includes a new early voting option, expanded use of absentee balloting and a primary election in June rather than August.
Some Republicans in the House have introduced a suite of disenfranchising bills under the guise of fixing North Dakota’s “voter fraud problem,” despite North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger and the Burleigh and Cass County auditors testifying that there is almost no voter fraud — and maybe even none at all — in North Dakota.
The 10 North Dakota State University football players charged with petition fraud over phony signatures on two statewide initiated measures last year did not receive harsh enough penalties, according to Secretary of State Al Jaeger.
Voters in Mayville, N.D., will go to the polls Wednesday to decide whether two City Council members should be recalled and to vote on a 7-mill property tax increase to fund a new truck for the Mayville Fire and Rescue Department.
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