January 2008 -

January 31

You don't have to wait till Tuesday to cast your vote

Registrar makes early voting easier

January 30

Counting Early Ballots

County will use planes to expedite ballot count

Polling-place sites pose a puzzle

Tips for voters

January 29

Voter Confidence Committee looks for volunteers

Election day is on the way - How to make your balloting a breeze

Election official reminds voters about primary's partisan restrictions

Electronic voting is facing a recall (second of two part series)

January 28

A paper jam roils state vote (first of two part series)

Use of paper ballots ensures a long night

Clerk's Column

There's time yet to vote early

January 27

Choice for voters: Paper or gizmo?

January 26

Elections offices abuzz; Rise in registrations may signal record turnout on Feb. 5.

Last-minute ballots of absentees likely

Mail-In Votes Could Delay Results: Sonoma County Elections Officials Brace For Crush Of Last-Minute Ballots

Huffman overhauls bill on mail voting

January 24

Election officer asks voters, candidates to be patient

January 23

Heated contests motivate voters

City to receive $3.5 million in returning vote machines

Traffic heavy at Registrar of Voters Office - Choice of candidates is primary interest

Long election night likely - Sacramento County machine flaws to delay results

Judge rules against counties // ELECTION: A Secretary of State mandate on close race recounts will remain in place.

Panel observes voting process

January 22

Gearing up for Super Tuesday

Presidential Primary Voting

Hotly contested races motivate state's voters

January 21

Mail-in ballots get most votes - election trend makes county officials happy but takes luster off day

Prospects for accurate vote tallies are good

Voters want to be part of history - election: excitement sparks more than 500,000 Californians to register

January 20

Tuesday last day to register for Feb. 5 primary election

Kings Co. counts on a difficult vote count

January 19

Voting machine tests planned

Absentee ballots pouring in; [registration] deadline is Tuesday

January 18

Voting for February 5 election

One size does not fit all ballots

County urges care when filling out mail-in ballots

Absentee voters told not to err

County arranging drop-off locations for absentee ballots

January 17

County joins suit on election rules

Absentee ballots are only option in smaller precincts

Expect late vote tally

January 16

Deadline nears to register to vote

Residents can still sign up to vote

January 15

Employees may take time off to cast vote

January 13

Record high turnout expected

County registrar: Mail-in ballots defective

January 12

Voting machine debate growing

January 11

Unaffiliated voters can cast ballots

Absentee ballot applications accepted until Jan. 29

Primary brings hefty price tag for county

January 10

Vote by mail

Earlier Mail-In Voting Changes California's Political Landscape - Election: Almost Half Of State's Super Tuesday Balloting Could Occur Before Feb. 5.

January 9

Observation panel to watch over local primary

County offers $75 bonus for working 3 elections

Hand count of ballots rejected in Marin

January 6

Primary absentee voting to begin Monday

You can pitch in and help at polls on election day

January 4

Locals still warming up to Feb. 5 state primary

SLO County

Hiddenbrooke won't lose polling place

Absentee ballots go in the mail next week

January 3

Another try by Huffman for elections by mail

Voter registration to be offered in Pasadena, Pomona

January 2

Napa County closes 41 polling sites

Butte has critical need for poll workers

January 1

Preference for paper ballots high


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