Post Tagged with: "Davidson County Election Commission"

Davidson Co. Election Chief Fired, Commissioner Walks With Him

Davidson Co. Election Chief Fired, Commissioner Walks With Him

by / on May 9, 2013

The man who oversees elections in Nashville has been fired for mismanaging his agency. In protest, one of Davidson County’s five election commissioners resigned at a meeting Thursday afternoon.

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Election Commission Audit Finds Security Improvements Fell by the Wayside

by / on April 18, 2013

Five years after the state handed down recommendations for better securing voter information, a new audit finds that the Davidson County Election Commission basically forgot about those instructions.

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Poll Watchers Want Explanation for Long Lines, High Provisional Count

Poll Watchers Want Explanation for Long Lines, High Provisional Count

by / on November 12, 2012

Poll watchers in Nashville say they were surprised that the state’s voter ID law was almost a non-issue on Election Day. But they are asking for an explanation for why lines were so long.

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State Wants Davidson County Election Commission to ‘Make a Wrong a Right’

by / on September 11, 2012

State election officials still aren’t satisfied with how Davidson County intends to remedy a ballot mix-up. The state Election Commission met Monday.

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GOP Makes Push for Poll Workers in Nashville

by / on September 21, 2009

Of the 1,500 poll workers in Davidson County, Republicans are outnumbered four-to-one by Democrats. Now GOP members of the Election Commission are making a recruiting push.

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Parks, Libraries Cut Hours; No Money for Paper Ballots

by / on May 29, 2009

Both Metro Parks and Libraries are cutting hours to deal with budget cuts.

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