As far as legalese goes, the ballot language on these “rededications” is about as bad as it gets. Fear not. We’ve got it translated to plain English.
Around half the readers we heard from say they don’t really know what the marshal does. Marshals don’t have much of a public face, but they have a big public function. Here are the basics.
How much do you know about the job? And what would more would you like to know about it or the race?
It’s a truism in politics of all levels that what matters is who turns out the vote. Without a big ticket race to energize Republicans and Democrats in December, it’s going to come down to how well the candidates can get out the vote.
The gist: The president matched his margin in 2016 and the rest of the ballot followed from there. Some races will go to a runoff.
Errors and malfunctions do happen. BAll complaints have been resolved and the votes cast as intended.
Can you vote if you have Covid? If the polls close while you’re in line, will you still get to vote?
It’s #ElectionWeek! We’ll be monitoring the world wide web for local and state election updates and tracking the stories you need to follow.
Unlike other states, Louisiana’s absentee voting program is mostly unchanged. Those votes still need to be turned in by Nov. 2. If they arrive later than that, they won’t count.
This election season, we’re hosting reader Q&A’s with local candidates on the November ballot in a digital town hall format. Sign up to join the conversation!
There are seven constitutional amendments on the Nov. 3 ballot. All the way up to Election Day, we’ll be asking readers to sound off on the amendments.
This election season, we’re hosting reader Q&A’s with local candidates on the November ballot in a digital town hall format. Each session connects readers with candidates for conversation about the issues that matter most to them.