FARGO SCHOOL TALK Special Election Frequently Asked Questions
Fargo Public Schools will hold a Special Election on Tuesday, March 11 to approve the Districts general mill levy authority for the next ten years, as required by state law. Visit www.fargo.k12.nd.us/... Posted on 2/17/14 at 9:35 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Let Freedom Ring -- Start with School Lunch
Well, so the election is coming up, or sort of happening, the excitement of an actual election day long watered down by a two or three or four-week voting "process." Somehow, it's just not the same th... Posted on 10/24/12 at 3:05 PM
THE FLENSBURG FILES: TRAVELS AND EXPERIENCES GATHERED OF A FORMER MINNESOTAN Mail In Ballots: A Question for the Forum
Well, it is that time of season- the bi-annual elections in the USA. Unlike the congressional elections of 2010, this one is much uglier than the last for a lot is at steak for not only the politici... Posted on 9/28/12 at 11:13 AM
REPUBLIC INSIDER Abortion again on the agenda
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has signed the law mandating a three-day waiting period before a woman may have an abortion in South Dakota.
That's the longest waiting period in the nation. Abortion opponents, ... Posted on 3/22/11 at 1:37 PM
STAFF BLOG UND HOCKEY Other all-WCHA ballots
It's looking like Matt Frattin will be the runaway winner of the WCHA player of the year award, judging by ballots that other writers have posted. Props to all of the writers who did post their votes,... Posted on 3/8/11 at 5:23 AM
Secretary of state meets in Moorhead; absentee ballots get focus
Area election officials met with Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie in Moorhead on Wednesday to discuss ways the state can improve its voting process.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Despite his fears that his outlaw votes came to naught, the ballot Eric Willems cast illegally Nov. 4 in Roseau County, Minn., was counted, along with the other 7,755 ballots cast, the county auditor said Wednesday.
ST. PAUL – Minnesota’s extended Senate race played out on three fronts Friday: Local officials readied unopened absentee ballots for counting this weekend, the state’s highest court kept a legal door open for Sen. Norm Coleman, and a top Republican in Washington hinted at a Capitol battle ahead.
ST. PAUL – Only a final stack of ballots stands in the way of declaring a winner in Minnesota’s U.S. Senate recount.
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