June 2007

June 23
Loss of election guru adds to vote crunch

June 22
PETITIONING FOR PATIENCE AS SIGNATURES ARE TALLIED

Bye-bye, ballot box? S.D.-based Everyone Counts, which offers software for secure online voting, aims to sell companies and governments on its product

June 20
COUNCIL PUTS OFF UTILITY TAX VOTE; Rialto: A November Ballot Measure Is Delayed After Several Residents Voice Their Concerns

SB 180 unfair to farmworkers

June 19
FASTER VOTE COUNTS SOUGHT; Riverside: Officials Say Processing And Staffing Are Keys To Timely Results After Mail-in Elections

June 15
Immigrants say 'Ya es hora' for citizenship - Media: Univision campaign urges Hispanics to gain
the right to vote.

June 13
Congressional Candidate Denied Changes in Special Election Ballot

June 10
Reform would assure voters

Election chaos; voting machine bill is anything but reform

California's absentee voters may complicate campaigns; with the primary slated for Feb. 5, millions could cast ballots by early January

June 7
Voters aren't the only undecideds in county; ballot-machine review could change primary

June 6
Kern seeks more voting

Ballot counting decried as 'charade'

June 5
Voter rolls purge sparks inquiry
A Senate committee will examine if bid is partisan effort by Justice to disqualify those favoring Dems

Mail-in turnout running high // RIVERSIDE: The city is holding an election, which ends tonight, for Wards 1, 3, 5 and 7

June 4
It's showtime for voters on rival plans

June 3
COUNCIL ELECTION GETS A HEAD START -
DISTRICT FOUR: NEARLY TWO-THIRDS OF LIKELY BALLOTS ALREADY CAST

June 2
Keeping an eye on the count

June 1
Test results fail to sway critics of vote-counting machines

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