Election

Group tries to vote twice in NYC by shaving their heads: report

The NYPD is looking into claims that a group of people attempted to vote more than once in the Bronx by shaving their heads. It reportedly happened Thursday afternoon at an early voting site. Read more now.
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USPS Launches Informational Website to Help Americans With Mail-In Voting

With mail-in voting gaining popularity amid the coronavirus pandemic, the USPS launched a new website to answer all of America’s pressing questions. Read more about the new informational website now.
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Family's Dead Cat Gets Voter Registration Application in the Mail

The election season is getting very catty. A family in Atlanta was shocked to receive a voter registration application for a deceased member of their household – their cat Cody Tims.
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South Carolina Democratic Primary Voters First to Use Brand New Machines

Voters in Saturday’s South Carolina Democratic primary will be the first to use new machines which were purchased due to security concerns following Russian interference in 2016. They feature a touch-screen and produce a paper ballot for every vote.
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Coin toss settles rare Philippine election tie

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine election officials settled a rare tie in a mayoral race on Friday by tossing a coin. They proclaimed Sue Cudilla the new mayor of the town of Araceli in western Palawan province after she won a best-of-three coin flip by picking tails. Both Cudilla, a former...
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