What's on the Ballot? Your Guide to Tuesday's US ElectionsVoters are electing two governors, some big-city mayors and one member of Congress in an election dominated by local and state races.
US Senator Seeks Cyber Info from Voting Machine MakersA U.S. senator wants to know how well the country's top six voting machine manufactures protect themselves against cyberattacks, a move that comes just weeks after federal authorities notified 21 states that they had been targeted by Russian government hackers during the 2016 presidential election.
Chance the Rapper Lead Voters to the Polls After Free Concert in ChicagoSo you go to a free concert by your favorite rapper, and then he leaves the venue to walk everyone to the polls. Epic right?
Online Voter Registration System Crash Leads to LawsuitA civil rights group has filed a federal lawsuit against Virginia election officials after the state's online voter registration system crashed Monday, preventing some Virginians from signing up to vote.
Key Concerns, Help for Voters Ahead of Election DayThis year's presidential election is the first to be held without a key enforcement provision of the federal Voting Rights Act, leading some experts to warn about possible trouble at the polls.
National Group Launches Voter-Registation Drive in FloridaThe nation's largest Hispanic civil rights organization has launched a major voter-registration drive in the battleground state of Florida to identify and sign up hundreds of thousands of potential Hispanic voters.
Florida court: Counties Can Decide Whether To Have SlotsSlot machines could be coming to several Florida dog and horse tracks if a far-reaching court ruling holds.
Gov. Grudgingly Oks Online Voter RegistrationFlorida will move ahead with online voter registration despite Gov. Rick Scott saying he is worried about putting it in place.
1-Day Waiting Period For Abortion Bill Passes State HouseWomen seeking an abortion would face a one-day waiting period under a bill that appears likely to go to Gov. Rick Scott for approval.
Florida House Moves Abortion Measure The Florida House has passed a measure prohibiting abortions after the viability of a fetus has been determined, with limited exceptions.
Probation Lifted At Florida A&MFlorida A&M University is no longer on probation.
Medical Marijuana Question Before Supreme Court The Florida Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether a proposed constitutional amendment to allow marijuana use for medical reasons should be on the ballot next year.

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