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  Voting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A vote, or a ballot, is an individual's act of voting, by which he or she express support or preference for a certain motion (e.g.
Though voting is usually recognized as one of the main characteristics of democracy, a country's having an election featuring the populace casting votes does not necessarily mean the country is democratic.
Some people think that whenever votes are recorded in a medium which is invisible to humans, electors lose any possibility to verify how their votes are collected and tallied up to produce the final result, thus they need to have an absolute faith in the accuracy, honesty and security of the whole electoral apparatus.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vote   (886 words)

 Voter Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
You may register to vote at any time, but you must be registered by the close of registration prior to an election if you wish to vote on election day, i.e., the application must be postmarked by the voter registration deadline.
If you move outside the county in which you are registered to vote in excess of 30 days prior to an election, you have lost your eligibility to vote in the county of your old residence.
Your vote is your voice in the governance of your city, county, state and country.
www.sos.state.ga.us /elections/elections/voter_information/default.htm   (2290 words)

When registering to vote, you will not be required to register as a member of a political party (republican or democratic) -- you may register as an undeclared voter.
If you are registered as an undeclared voter and go to vote in a state primary election, you will be required to choose a party when accepting a ballot.
The law allows an undeclared voter to declare a party at the polls, vote the ballot of that party, and then change their party affiliation back to undeclared simply by completing the form available from the Supervisors of the Checklist at the polling place.
www.sos.nh.gov /vote.htm   (777 words)

 VOTE! (10 Reasons from Kids’Politix)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Voting is an obligation we share with millions of fellow citizens.
Not voting is a slap in the face to all the veterans who fought and died for democracy, primarily in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and World War II.
Even if it was hard, voting is something that people normally do just once a year.
vote.politix.us   (801 words)

 Major League Baseball : News : Major League Baseball News
Voting began Sunday night and has continued at a torrid pace, and entering the final day the closest overall races in the Final Vote's five-year history had one notable adjustment in the updated standings.
Just as it was at the halfway point, voting for candidates in both leagues entering the final day was tightly packed, and there still is no way to call this one.
Gigantic posters throughout Dodger Stadium have been urging fans to vote, the club has reached out to all the local radio stations to spread the word, and during each one of Garciaparra's at-bats, the "Vote Nomar" button is on DodgerVision.
mlb.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/news/article.jsp?ymd=20060702&content_id=1535506&vkey=allstar2006&fext=.jsp   (2954 words)

 California Secretary of State - Elections & Voter Information - Voter Registration
After September 12th, to register to vote for the October 7th election, you should contact your county elections official to obtain a voter registration card or download the national voter registration form (click on the link).
After February 6, 2004, to ensure that your registration card is received on time to vote in the March election, you should obtain a form at your local post office, library, or local County Elections Office.
However, a permanent absentee voter must vote in the next general election or the voter will lose his or her PAV status.
www.ss.ca.gov /elections/votereg1.html   (1177 words)

 Voters Information Guide for the 2004 US Election
To register to vote, enter your zip code on the Just Vote site (la guía de votación está disponible en español) and it will guide you through the creation of a PDF document which you can print out, sign, and send to the appropriate address for your state.
If you are unable to vote in person on election day in your state of residence, are living or stationed abroad, or just wish to not worry about going to the polls on election day, you may vote by absentee ballot.
To obtain an absentee ballot for your state, enter your zip code on the Just Vote site and it will guide you through the creation of a PDF document which you can print out, sign, and send to the appropriate address for your state.
www.kottke.org /plus/vote2004   (788 words)

 Welcome to Voter March
The purpose of the motions is twofold: A) To preserve all ballots and voting machines pertaining to the Yost matter for investigation and analysis; and B) To make available for sworn deposition testimony a technician for Triad Systems, the company that produced and maintained many of the voting machines used in the Ohio election.
Two weeks later, the board discarded his vote, adding him to a list of more than 300 provisional ballots that were rejected in that heavily Democratic county.
The manipulation of computer voting machines in the recent presidential election and the funding of programmers who were involved in the operation are tied to an intricate web of shady off-shore financial trusts and companies, shady espionage operatives, Republican Party politicians close to the Bush family, and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) contract vehicles.
www.votermarch.org   (1568 words)

 Election 2006: Senate and House Races Updated Daily
The reason is clear: senators have to vote thousands of times and opponents can always dredge up some vote to batter them over the head with.
The problem is exacerbated by the intricacies of Senate procedures, where the key vote may be on the motion to table the motion to reconsider some proposal.
Second, people who vote in Republican primaries are to the right of the Republican Party and way right of mainstream America and people who vote in Democratic primaries are the left of the Democratic Party and way left of mainstream America.
www.electoral-vote.com   (2912 words)

 BBC NEWS | Americas | Canada PM wins no-confidence vote
With the ballot tied at 152 votes each, it fell to Speaker Peter Milliken, a Liberal, to cast the deciding vote in favour of the administration.
The vote ended a month-long drama that started when the opposition Conservatives and the Bloc Quebecois said the financial scandal, dating back to the 1990s, meant the government must go.
Parliament was voting on the federal budget but it was effectively being treated as a confidence vote in the government.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/americas/4561799.stm   (1299 words)

 Register to Vote - Division of Elections - Department of State   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
To apply to register to vote, fill in the PDF application online and print it out, or print the application and write in the information.
If this is a new registration application, the date the completed application is postmarked or hand delivered to a driver’s license office, a voter registration agency, an armed forces recruitment office, the Division of Elections, or the office of any Supervisor of Elections in the state will be your registration date.
If you wish to register to vote in a partisan primary election, you must be a registered voter in the party for which the primary is being held.
election.dos.state.fl.us /regtovote/regform.shtml   (713 words)

 Gay rights measure rejected by Senate
Murray, who has championed the legislation for a decade, said just bringing the measure to a vote in the Senate was progress because it forced lawmakers to reveal their true feelings.
Republicans had avoided a vote once already this session with a parliamentary maneuver that sent the bill back from the floor to a committee, where it was expected to languish another year.
Cheung said he was particularly disappointed in Finkbeiner's vote and that his group planned to launch ad campaigns in his and other suburban Republicans' districts in hopes of ousting them.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /local/221211_civilrights22.html   (1587 words)

 F-Secure Computer Virus Information Pages: Vote
The original Vote was found on the 24th of September, 2001 - 13 days after the WTC tragedy.
In the case of the original Vote the affected application (that Vote tries to remove) must be reinstalled.
Vote.D is an e-mail worm written in Visual Basic.
www.f-secure.com /v-descs/vote.shtml   (927 words)

The text, approved by a vote of 108 in favour to 50 against with 3 abstentions (Armenia, Norway and Uganda) (see Annex), would have the General Assembly reaffirm its determination to further strengthen the Organization’s role to more effectively respond to existing and new global challenges in the twenty-first century.
Also speaking in explanation of vote on the management resolution were the representatives of the United States, Japan, New Zealand (on behalf of Australia and Canada), United Kingdom, Germany, Israel, Belgium, Slovakia, Netherlands, Russian Federation, France, Republic of Korea, Greece, Spain, Finland, Mexico, Egypt, Norway, Brazil and Uganda.
The representative of New Zealand, speaking on behalf of Canada and Australia (CANZ), said her delegation would vote against the text because it had not achieved consensus and did not do the United Nations justice.  Her delegation regretted having to vote “no” on a matter in which a vote did not have to be taken.
www.un.org /News/Press/docs/2006/gaab3732.doc.htm   (1458 words)

 Vote pairing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tactical voting has been used since 2000 as a strategy for the U.S. presidential election, with voters from "safe" states voting for third-party candidates, and voters from states with contested races voting for the second-preference candidate of the voters from the third-party.
Through the 2000 election, the concept was known in the US as "vote swapping," while "vote pairing" originally had a somewhat different meaning--where people of opposing parties would agree to together vote for a third-party candidate instead of for their own candidates.
Also, vote pairing is a routine practice in legislative bodies, city councils, etc. See the next section on the issue of legality in the United States presidential election, 2000.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vote_swapping   (2208 words)

 CNN.com - Democrats force delay on Bolton vote - May 26, 2005
A vote to end debate on the nominee for U.N. ambassador fails.
The Senate voted 56-42 for cloture, four votes shy of the necessary 60 votes to cut off debate.
Frist voted with Democrats against cutting off debate in a parliamentary move that allows him to call for the vote to be reconsidered.
www.cnn.com /2005/POLITICS/05/26/bolton.senate   (982 words)

 Register to Vote
The one document that allows you to register to vote from anywhere in the United States.
Note: be sure you have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader installed or your browser may crash.
Voting machines, ID requirements and what are my voting rights when they say I'm not registered to vote?
www.registervote.com   (416 words)

 Cook County Clerk's Office | How To Vote
After voting, the voter places the ballot into a machine that scans it for errors before storing it into a secure ballot box.
To vote for a write-in candidate, write the name on the line provided and make a line completing the arrow.
Each of the voting systems are manufactured by Sequoia Voting Systems, which offers short videos of the Optech Insight optical machine and the AVC Edge touch screen on its website.
www.voterinfonet.com /sub/vote.asp   (392 words)

 Vote Different
Almost all the candidates at every level are spending more time painting their opponent as the worse choice rather than telling why we should vote for them.
Voting for a third-party candidate, any third-party candidate, tells America that you're tired of politics as usual, that you want more choices than a system dominated by two political parties allows, and that you're willing to think different.
Don't go to the polls on Tuesday attempting to vote for "the winner." Vote for the candidate who best represents your views, whether you think he stands a chance of election or not.
www.lowendmac.com /soapbox/vote.html   (1236 words)

 Democracy For America
All of the candidates in the competition are running for either a Republican-held seat or an open seat.
Voting for the first round closed on Friday, June 23.
Voting ends on Friday, June 23 at 5pm EDT.
tools.democracyforamerica.com /housevote   (155 words)

 Amazon.com: Vote!: Books: Eileen Christelow   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Vote aye on this one, and use it in the run up to next year's election.
Since citizenship education is becoming such a focus in the elementary shcools (and rightly so), it is good to see a really informative and kid-focused book about voting available to the grades that really need the boost.
Students of mine who have read non-fiction books on voting and been left totally confused as well as bored may finally "get it" with this one.
www.amazon.com /Vote-Eileen-Christelow/dp/0618247548   (1431 words)

 Project Vote Smart - American Government, Elections, Candidates and Voting
Project Vote Smart, the nation's premier political research organization, is hiring at both its wilderness research retreat in the Montana Rockies and at its University of Arizona location.
Project Vote Smart is currently hiring idealists who wish to provide voters with the factual information they need to make decisions about who they want to represent them.
Project Vote Smart is now providing an RSS feed of the 20 most recent key votes going through Congress.
www.vote-smart.org   (1099 words)

 MoveOn.org Political Action: Democracy in Action
If you're not currently registered to vote, you can do so now; it only takes a few minutes.
Of course, voting is fundamental to our democracy.
We may have volunteer call you to remind you to vote or to send in your registration; however, providing a phone number is not required.
pol.moveon.org /vote   (462 words)

 SOS - Miller encourages 18-year-olds to register, vote   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Secretary Miller, who is Michigan’s chief elections officer, made her remarks during a general assembly celebrating the 30th anniversary of the ratification of the 26th amendment to the U.S. Constitution that gave 18-year-olds the right to vote.
In the 2000 election, it is estimated that less than 35 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds went to the polls.
Secretary Miller’s support of First Vote is the latest effort to encourage young people to exercise their right to vote.
www.michigan.gov /sos/0,1607,7-127-1640_9150-43933--,00.html   (516 words)

 Voting and Registration Data
Information on reported voting and registration by various demographic and socioeconomic characteristics is collected for the nation in November of congressional and presidential election years in the Current Population Survey (CPS).
Voting and Registration in the Election of November 2002 (P20-552)
November Current Population Survey data on Voting and Registration are available from 1964 to present on CD-ROM, diskette, and magnetic tape reels or cartridges through CenStore by selecting the specific product you wish to order.
www.census.gov /population/www/socdemo/voting.html   (612 words)

 Commissioner of Elections for the State of Delaware
If you voted using a provisional ballot and wish to track its progress, you may call 866-276-2353 or check online by clicking [go].
Learn if you are eligible to vote, as well as, how you can vote if you have special needs, no fixed residence, if you are a felon, if you need provisional voting, or if you need to vote absentee.
Delaware was the First State to use Direct Recording Electronic Voting Machines in 1996, and continues to use innovative technologies to ensure an efficient, fair, and secure election process.
elections.delaware.gov   (231 words)

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