6 La Jolla Community Planning Association board seats up for grabs in coming election

Seven candidates are vying for six available seats in the La Jolla Community Planning Association’s upcoming board election.

The election will be held Thursday, March 4, with results announced at the board’s meeting that night. Board terms are three years.

A candidates forum was held during LJCPA’s Feb. 4 meeting online, with each candidate given the opportunity to make a brief statement. Formal statements have been posted on the LJCPA

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Election battles heat up in the Peach State

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) – With less than a month until the Jan. 5 Senate runoff election in Georgia, the president paid a visit to the Peach State, some of the candidates faced off in a debate and state officials defended the election process.

Here’s a look at some of the latest developments:

Trump visits Valdosta

President Donald Trump hit the campaign trail to stump for votes for Republican incumbent Sens. 

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Election overload? Fun ways to escape politics at home | Tech Talk & Innovation

(BPT) – The election season is a lot to handle no matter where you land on the political spectrum. It can be draining on many levels, which is why now is the perfect time to escape the political drama and make up your own political fun at home.

Idea 1: Embrace the household monarchy

Forget democratic decisions at home! Do your kids and roommates really deserve an equal vote anyway?

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ELECTION: Voters overwhelmingly vote for Prop 1

LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — Proposal one passed with 92% of precincts reporting and 84.3% of people voting for the proposal, which alters how revenue in the state’s park-related funds are spent.

Proposal 1 would require that at least 20% of the state park’s endowment fund spending be spent on park improvements, like upgrading and renovating facilities.

Proposal 1 would also require that at least 25% of the trust fund’s annual

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Denver Election Results 2020 Update

If President Donald Trump wins another four years in office, don’t blame Denver. Voters in the Mile High City preferred Joe Biden by an enormous margin — and they also voted for numerous progressive ballot measures, including new taxes earmarked to address climate concerns and the homelessness crisis.

The latest results from Denver’s Election Division were updated at 11:30 p.m. on November 3, and while they’re not yet official, none

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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

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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Election 2020: List of voting precincts on MS Gulf Coast

If you’re planning to vote in person on Election Day today, be sure to check that your polling place hasn’t changed.

You can look up the polling location for your address on the Secretary of State’s website.

Here’s the list of polling locations for each Coastal county.

If you have to wait in line to vote, brush up on where candidates stand on key issues in our Mississippi Voter Guide.

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Everything you need to know with just 1 day until the election

(WXYZ) — There is just one day until the 2020 general election, and 7 Action News is making sure you have all the information you need before voting absentee or going to the polls to vote.

Split tickets are allowed

While you can’t vote “split ticket” during the primary election in Michigan, you can split your ticket during the general election. That means you can vote for individual candidates of

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Young, first-time election commissioners stepping up to help man Louisiana’s polls on Election Day | Elections

Young and first-time election commissioners are stepping up to man local polling locations Tuesday as national campaigns encourage electoral involvement beyond voting and concerns linger about older commissioners’ safety during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Nationally, election commissioners typically skew older; in the 2016 presidential election, data collected by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission showed 56% of poll workers were 60 or older and 18% were 40 or younger, based on

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Young, first-time election commissioners stepping up to help man the polls on Election Day | Elections

Young and first-time election commissioners are stepping up to man local polling locations Tuesday as national campaigns encourage electoral involvement beyond voting and concerns linger about older commissioners’ safety during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Nationally, election commissioners typically skew older; in the 2016 presidential election, data collected by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission showed 56% of poll workers were 60 or older and 18% were 40 or younger, based on

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Election Day now designated as city holiday in Norfolk, says city council

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Officials announced Wednesday that Election Day has been designated as a holiday for the City of Norfolk — just one of a handful of Hampton Roads cities that have recently declared this.

The decision was made during the October 27 council meeting. The holiday means that all city

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When will your ballot be counted in the 2020 election? A look at what goes into the tallying process

Due to an anticipated record amount of mail-in voting this election season, combined with ballot counts that won’t start until Election Day in most states, election officials across the country could be overwhelmed in some cases.

Deadlines for receiving mail-in

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Video revealing Montgomery Co. election judge writing on ballot part of canvass process

A video showing an election judge in Montgomery County, Maryland, writing on a ballot is part of a process referred to as the “canvass.”

A video showing an election judge in Montgomery County, Maryland, writing on a ballot is part of a process referred to as the “canvass.”

The Montgomery County Board of Elections issued a statement saying that after investigating a video circulating online, what was shown was “consistent

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Everything you need to know about Election 2020

Knox County voters have more options than ever to cast their ballots for the 2020 general election, but those choices can be overwhelming. Knox News is committed to giving community members the information they need to vote.

We created this Knoxville voting guide to provide the information you need to know to make a voting plan and answer all your questions about this critical election. No matter how or when

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Twitter is Dunking on Chris Pratt for not doing an Election Fundraiser

With the 2020 presidential election just over two weeks away, celebrities are using their clout for one last push for the candidates they support. And as a new virtual fundraiser for Joe Biden is set to take place this week, people have noticed one person who didn’t show up.

First announced Sunday, “Voters Assemble!” is reuniting the Russo Brothers (who directed Infinity War and Endgame) with some of the

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