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Peterson Air Force Base opens voting office

Air Force members can now register to vote at the new voting office at Peterson Air Force Base. The office opened this week and will initially be staffed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Air Force officials say they hope to have it staffed full-time eventually. Military personnel and civilians can both register there. A law passed… Continue Reading Peterson Air Force Base opens voting office

Pols hunt early ballots

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Candidates of all political stripes are latching on to the tantalizing reality that a huge – and growing – chunk of voters casts ballots well ahead of Election Day. They know it’s big. They know it requires different campaign strategies. They just don’t agree on how to do it. Some are spending more money earlier.… Continue Reading Pols hunt early ballots

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Mail-in-only voter registration available

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El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Bob Balink wants to remind residents they can become permanent mail-in voters and forever avoid standing in line at polling places. Permanent mail-in voting became an option for Colorado voters in 2007, and the option is still available. Becoming a permanent mail-in voter simply means that mail-in ballots will be… Continue Reading Mail-in-only voter registration available

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Colorado’s November 2008 voting numbers rank above the national average, the U.S. Census Bureau reported yesterday. In Colorado, 68.4 percent of registered voters showed up at the polls. That compares to 63.6 percent nationwide. A total of 2,308,000 Coloradans voted in 2008, according to the Census Bureau. The national total was 131,144,000. Colorado’s 2008 turnout… Continue Reading Colorado voting numbers better than national average

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BOSTON, MA – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that parents can seek private tuition reimbursement for special needs children from school districts – even when the child never received special education services from the school district. The ruling in Forest Grove School Dist. v. T. A. on reimbursement rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Education… Continue Reading Supreme Court rules on tuition reimbursement, voting rights and drudge dumping

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