The Connecticut Supreme Court has sided with state Republicans, agreeing their candidates should appear on the top line of the November election ballot.
In a unanimous decision posted Wednesday, the justices agreed state law requires Republican candidates to be placed on the top line.
The GOP took Secretary of the State Denise Merrill to court after she denied their request to change the order of the ballot.
Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin recently announced three initiatives that would be included on the upcoming November ballot. WAMC’s Berkshire Bureau Chief Lucas Willard reports…
Galvin on Wednesday announced that voters will be the ones to decide on three controversial ballot questions this November.
New York Representative Charles Rangel's lead in a contested Democratic primary has increased after the first day of counting more than 2,000 absentee and affidavit ballots.
The New York City Board of Elections' tally at the end of Thursday has Rangel leading state Senator Adriano Espaillat by 945 votes. That's up from the 802-vote margin he had before the count started.
The board will resume counting on Friday morning and hopes to finish by the end of the day.