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NAACP expresses concern over voter initiatives

In a national media teleconference from New York City on Monday, the NAACP announced the release of a report expressing concern over what it views as voter suppression laws — legislative proposals and ballot initiatives enacted or proposed since the ...

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Lever voting machines returning to villages throughout New York state

Barring a veto by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, villages throughout New York state will now be able to use their old lever-based voting machines during village elections, now that a bill sponsored by Assemblyman Brian Curran, R-Lynbrook, has passed both state houses of the state Legislature.

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High Court throws races into turmoil

The U.S. Supreme Court this week blocked Arizona’s Clean Elections system from distributing matching funds, throwing a number of high-profile campaigns into disarray just weeks before candidates were to start receiving money.

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