‘Every vote counts’: Utah mayoral race decided by coin toss

‘Every vote counts’: Utah mayoral race decided by coin toss

AP Photo By Katie McKellar, KSL  |  Posted Nov 25th, 2017 @ 7:44am SALT LAKE CITY — Every vote mattered in a handful of Utah races this year.Take for example what happened in Wasatch County, where a coin toss was used to break a tie for Charleston’s next mayor.On election night, Kam Alan Brown was three votes ahead BrendaRead more about ‘Every vote counts’: Utah mayoral race decided by coin toss[…]

Virginia Election Officials Delay Certification In Close House Race

Virginia Election Officials Delay Certification In Close House Race

The Virginia Board of Elections voted to delay the official certification for two House of Delegate races after election officials found out dozens voted in the incorrect district. According to elections Commissioner Edgardo Cortés, 83 voters in Fredericksburg may have cast ballots in the wrong race. One of the races in question is the 28thRead more about Virginia Election Officials Delay Certification In Close House Race[…]

Report Shows ‘Untapped Power’ of Constituent Advocacy

Report Shows ‘Untapped Power’ of Constituent Advocacy

Citizens from across the country jammed the Senate phone lines in recent weeks, making their voices heard on President Donald Trump’s Cabinet appointments. But a new report suggests there are more effective ways to influence legislators. The Congressional Management Foundation on Monday released a new report that highlights more than a decade worth of itsRead more about Report Shows ‘Untapped Power’ of Constituent Advocacy[…]