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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Board Of Elections
The state Board of Elections is seeking legislation that would repeal an annual campaign contribution limit on individuals to candidates, party committees and political action committees.
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello's deputy majority whip has a campaign finance case pending before the attorney general, but an aide said Friday the speaker didn't know it when he tapped the lawmaker for the post and that the issues are being addressed.
A proposed initiative to legalize possession of marijuana in the District should not be allowed on the November ballot because it violates federal law, the city's attorney general wrote in an opinion issued to the Board of Elections.
The D.C. Council on Monday is set to consider a bill that would schedule an election for D.C. attorney general in November — likely the last chance to put the issue before voters for four years.
D.C. residents will not be able to vote for the city's first elected attorney general in the April 1 primary following a decision Friday by a D.C. Superior Court judge.
Attorneys representing the District cite the fact that a law pushing the election for the city's first attorney general back to 2018 is not yet in effect as a reason to toss out a lawsuit seeking to keep the race on the April ballot.
The D.C. Board of Elections is moving forward with plans to hold the city's first election for attorney general in April, despite the fact the D.C. Council voted to postpone the election by four years.
Morning-after pills can be hard to swallow, especially when election results raise new unanswered questions among winners and losers.
Virginia residents who make mistakes on their voter-registration forms may find themselves declared noncitizens and ineligible to vote by their county boards of elections, regardless of their actual status.
A group of activists hoping to ban direct corporate contributions to D.C. political campaigns is challenging an Aug. 8 ruling by the city's Board of Elections in a last-ditch effort to put their initiative on the November ballot.
Rep. Charles B. Rangel's Democratic primary challenger conceded on Monday, almost two weeks after a closely contested race in New York City that included allegations of polling-place improprieties and even voter suppression.
Organizers of a petition against Maryland's same-sex marriage law have collected enough valid voter signatures to send the law to a November referendum, state election officials said Thursday.
Organizers of a petition against Maryland's new congressional map said Thursday night they have gathered enough signatures to meet a state deadline and continue their drive through the end of June.
The Republican Party of Virginia will not require voters to sign a pledge of intent to support the party's nominee in the general election before being allowed to vote in the March 6 primary, according to an e-mail from the state Board of Elections obtained by The Washington Times.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II backed away Sunday from a call to fix the state's ballot access law in time to change the ballot for the March 6 Republican presidential primary, while reaffirming his support to make a fix for future elections.