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November 6, 2012 at 6:00 AM

Tuesday briefing: hustling campus votes, barring partisan ballot pickup, Christie and “The Boss”

Good Morning. At long last, ’tis Election Day/Week  You have probably heard by now that some Washington state races might be close, so close it could be days before we know some winners in some contests. But you can track your own ballot and make sure your vote got where it was going — and…

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November 5, 2012 at 6:00 AM

Monday briefing: mail voting woes, heavy-duty voter contact, Romney and Sandy

Good morning: Almost show time: Election Day, at long last, is Tuesday. Get ready for a fair amount of grousing about slow ballot counting; ballots late, lost or missing; and everything else you can blame on various elections departments. Here’s a doozy. Seattle Weekly  wonders  aloud if the state’s all mail ballot system increases domestic violence….

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