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Election 2012: Proposition notices on back of ballots

In the town of Greece, residents are being asked to vote on a measure that would increase the number of town justices from three to four to address rising caseloads and reflect the town’s increase in population. In the Ontario ...

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5th Judicial District candidates appeal ruling

Four state supreme court candidates in the Fifth Judicial District are appealing a ruling that knocked them off the Independence Party line. “I don’t think that the argument with respect to proportionality is correct,” said Schenectady attorney James E. Walsh ...

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Lawyers already prepared for Nov. 2

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The nation may be waiting well beyond Election Day this year to find out who won control of Congress. It’s a troubling ballot-box scenario that has hundreds of lawyers from both parties preparing for battles that could drag on days ...

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Election Law: Matter of Robert T. Stewart v. Chautauqua County Board of Elections

New York State Court of Appeals Election Law Ballots — Identifying Marks Matter of Robert T. Stewart v. Chautauqua County Board of Elections No. 79 Appealed from the Fourth Department Background: Three related proceedings were commenced pursuant to Article 16 ...

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