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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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Henry “Glad to Have Prevailed;” Yarbro Calls for Clarity

by / on August 9, 2010

A longstanding state senator is declaring victory in the narrow race to hold onto his seat, but his young challenger isn’t calling it quits just yet. The voting tallies swung back and forth between incumbent Nashville Senator Doug Henry, and his opponent in the Democratic primary, Jeff Yarbro.

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Senate Eyes Proof Of Citizenship To Vote

by / on May 10, 2010

If you want to register to vote, how much proof of citizenship do you need? That may vary by county if the state Senate approves a proposed measure tonight.

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