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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - State Board Of Elections
North Carolina's elections board is hiring a longtime FBI agent involved in recent corruption and campaign finance investigations.
A North Carolina voter rights advocacy group is warning against using states' voter lists to establish whether fraud is occurring at the ballot box.
A spokesman for the State Board of Elections says voting is going smoothly with minor delays reported in three counties.
Hours before petitions were delivered to the State Board of Elections, Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan's top attorney filed a lawsuit seeking to stop a term limits ballot measure championed by Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner from being put to voters in November.
A North Carolina House candidate filed a formal complaint Friday alleging the Republican incumbent he's challenging offered him a state job in exchange for pulling out of the race.
The State Board of Elections has opened up a comment period on its decision to revise the deadline for filing campaign finance reports after Gov. Terry McAuliffe's administration asked the board to seek public input on the change.
North Carolina's 2014 campaign season officially began Monday as candidates swarmed election offices in Raleigh and all 100 counties to officially file for races from U.S. Senate to school board and judicial and legislative seats in between.
Electronic filing is becoming a popular way for local candidates in Virginia to submit their year-end campaign finance reports.
Democrat Jennifer Wexton on Tuesday won a three-way special election to represent parts of Loudoun and Fairfax counties in the state Senate, leaving Democrats poised to reclaim control of the chamber they lost two years ago.
State elections officials will consider conflicting recommendations later this week about the future of the Democratic ticket challenging Gov. Pat Quinn in March's primary.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The State Board of Elections has certified Democrat Lynwood W. Lewis Jr. as the victor in a special election for Virginia's 6th Senate District.
Supporters of Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's bid for governor filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking to block his rival's campaign from fundraising during the state's fast-approaching legislative session.
Elections officials in Arlington acknowledged Wednesday that the county's electoral board accepted more than a dozen provisional ballots in which a voter's name had been checked off mistakenly as already having voted, a discrepancy apparently chalked up to errors by poll workers.
Democrat Mark R. Herring extended his lead over Republican Mark D. Obenshain in the Virginia attorney general's race Tuesday, after Fairfax County elections officials tallied their outstanding provisional ballots.
Election officials across Virginia are grappling with how to follow through with a directive from the State Board of Elections to purge up to 57,000 registered voters from the state rolls — a move that has prompted a lawsuit from the Democratic Party of Virginia and outright defiance by at least one registrar.