Here are answers to NorCal’s frequently asked election questions

Potential voters in Northern California were searching online for answers to questions about the 2020 general election Tuesday, and KCRA 3 has some answers.Here are some of the questions people in the Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto areas have been Googling below:Can I drop off my ballot on Election Day?On Election Day, voters can still drop off their ballots at drop boxes, polling places and vote centers.In fact, California voters can … Read More

21 times politicians made surprising TV cameos

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Barack Obama on “SNL” in 2007. NBC
  • Dating back to the ’80s, politicians from the past and the present have made cameos in TV dramas and sitcoms.

  • NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” welcomed a fair number of politicians on the show, including presidential hopeful and former vice president Joe Biden.

  • Hillary Clinton has made cameos in “Broad City,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Murphy Brown,” and “Madame Secretary.”

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Reading mulls potential changes to 2013 Open Space plan | Reading


READING – In order to ensure the proposal reflects Reading’s parkland and playground priorities, local officials will update the community’s seven-year-old Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP).

In a recent notice to citizens, Conservation Administrator Charles Tirone asked for residents to take a new survey that asks for input regarding personal experiences at local recreation and open-space sites, opinions about where improvements can best be made, and

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Forest Service begins online Christmas Tree sales permits on Nov. 16

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Published 10:47 a.m. MT Nov. 3, 2020


Online Christmas Tree permits will be available for purchase in the Gila National Forest beginning Nov. 16. (Photo: Courtesy Photo)

SILVER CITY, N.M. – How would you like to be able to purchase your Christmas tree permit from the comfort of your home? With online ordering there is no waiting in line or driving to your local Forest Service

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Grayson Perry says Covid will clear ‘a bit of dead wood’ in the arts

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Grayson Perry: “Too often, the audience for culture is just the people making it.”

Artist Grayson Perry has said the consequences of coronavirus on culture will lead to “a bit of dead wood” being lost from the arts scene.

“I think every part of life has probably got a bit of fat that needs trimming, a bit of dead wood,” he told The Arts Society magazine.

“It’s awful that the

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Coatesville will hold tree lighting ceremony this December | Regional

Coatesville, Chester County, residents will be treated to a Light Up the Night Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Gateway Park on Dec. 12, but a divided City Council did not agree to give up to $500,000 in mortgage relief to Crosby Woods and the Downtown Revival Limited Partnership.

In their first remote meeting incorporating live public comment Oct. 26, council opted not to loan up to $500,000 to Downtown Revival

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Denver Voting Centers and Drop Box Locations on Election Day 2020

Congratulations: You’ve made it to Election Day 2020. If you haven’t voted yet, no problem: Colorado makes it incredibly easy to vote up until 7 p.m. on November 3. You can even still register today, then vote.

To find out where, the polling location and drop box page on the Colorado Secretary of State’s website has you covered. Simply type your address into the search field and you’ll be directed

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This 100-year-old trailblazer, and her passion for voting, is the Election Day pick-me-up you need

Election season amidst a global pandemic have you down? Let this spirited 100-year-old New Jerseyan pick you right back up.

Mildred Cooley is a trailblazer, say family and friends.

At a time when her male peers went off to the military, Cooley began pursuing a lifelong career in social justice, woman’s rights and the environment. She joined the Red Cross after graduating and has traveled to six of the seven

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Trump visits, long voting lines mark eve of pivotal election

Lengthy early voting lines in Michigan and two stops by President Donald Trump on Monday marked the eve of a pivotal election that will cement the path of the nation for the next four years.

Trump won the state by 10,704 votes in 2016, his closest margin of victory nationally. But he and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have both invested heavily in Michigan. The president made the final stop

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Be the Change

Newswise — At the California State University, every campus offers students the chance to make a difference in their communities—​from local service opportunities to voting support. But the ultimate goal is to prepare them to continue working on behalf of their neighborhoods, their state and their world after they graduate.

Discover a few ways the CSU is empowering students to be the change they want to see.​

Getting Out the

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It’s hog-hunting season at Big South Fork

The National Park Service issued a notice Monday that hog-hunting season is underway and the Tennessee side of Big South Fork is a prime hunting ground.

It’s not every day you’ll hear a conservationist say, Kill as many as you like.

But when it comes to hog-hunting season at Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area in Tennessee, you’re free to harvest what you find of the wild animal

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Urban Development Authority wants residents to refine park-goer needs

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – If you want to see a changes at Macon-Bibb parks, now is the time to let county leaders know.

The county previously surveyed Bibb County residents for changes they want to see.
That survey showed extending the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail is at the top of the list.

Alex Morisson with the Urban Development Authority (UDA) says

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Here’s what you need to know before voting in Iowa

Going into Election Day, Iowa has already broken previous election records. Secretary of State Paul Pate reported Monday morning that 2,095,580 had registered to vote in the state leading up to the 2020 election. By comparison, the last high watermark for registration was 2016 when 1,996,153 were registered to vote.

Further breaking records, more people are voting absentee than ever before in the state’s history. As of Monday morning, 1,036,409

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Silent Hills PT Might Be Even Scarier In New DOOM Engine Mod

A dedicated Silent Hills fan has faithfully recreated the unforgettable P.T. demo in the original DOOM engine for those who enjoy having nightmares.

A dedicated fan creator has taken on the difficult task of modding the entire P.T. demo from the cancelled Silent Hills game into a special DOOM engine. Somehow, this combination has created a Silent Hill even scarier than what Hideo Kojima set out to make.

Initially released

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