2000 vote: I voted
Libertarian, for all the good it did me.
In August, a group comprised mostly of Republicans filed a suit claiming that people who were registering for the first time through a third party voter registration group, such as ACORN, should have to show IDs when they voted
Such "low-propensity" voters, as Gonzalez calls them, typically have been registered for two years or less and may not have voted
We encourage readers to examine how their own congressmen voted
on each of the 10 key measures as well as overall.
Copy page 5 in the October 16 Teacher's Edition and distribute so students can compare how their state voted
in 2000 and in 1996.
The investment manager, in turn, voted
with management in almost all cases.
Ron Paul (R-Texas), one of the 27 Republicans who voted
against CAFTA, the vote-buying price tag may end up being $50 billion or more.
Otherwise, they must cast a provisional ballot; these are checked later to make sure no one has voted
While some people voted
more than once, others were barred from voting at all.
In 1960, 63 percent of the electorate voted
in the Presidential election.
In the last six competitive presidential elections since the Kennedy-Nixon race in 1960, eight states voted
all but once for the Democratic presidential candidate; 15 states did the same for the Republican candidate.
Obviously, we don't have the amount of assets that General Electric does, but in 1989, the first year that we voted
our proxies entirely in-house, we voted