- About 125,000 vote in Florida special election Updated: Mar-10-14 10:10 am
- Uribe wins Senate seat in Colombia Updated: Mar-10-14 3:32 am
- Selma, Ala. honors anniversary of 'Bloody Sunday' Updated: Mar-09-14 7:16 pm
- Small slice of voters could decide DC mayoral race Updated: Mar-09-14 10:56 am
- California's Brown hears fracking gripes Updated: Mar-08-14 6:46 pm
- Senate plans to vote on elections bills Tuesday Updated: Mar-07-14 5:46 pm
- Senate committee passes bill limiting voting hours Updated: Mar-06-14 5:12 pm
- Ohio county leader submits absentee-ballot plan Updated: Mar-06-14 3:07 pm
- Branstad aide must be deposed in Iowa voting case Updated: Mar-06-14 1:17 pm
- Judge blocks rule canceling voter's registration Updated: Mar-05-14 7:43 pm
- Committee postpones complaint against senator Updated: Mar-05-14 6:48 pm
- Maine House rejects bill allowing early voting Updated: Mar-05-14 12:32 pm
- India announces general elections to start April 7 Updated: Mar-05-14 12:13 pm
- Polls close across Texas, including Travis County Updated: Mar-04-14 10:03 pm
- Mail-in ballots key in special congressional race Updated: Mar-04-14 7:02 pm
- Former NJ judge faces voter fraud charges Updated: Mar-04-14 4:51 pm
- Nevada congressional hopeful has lax voting record Updated: Mar-04-14 2:28 pm
- Surprises, runoffs likely in Texas primary races Updated: Mar-03-14 11:33 pm
- Texas officials advise on bad weather voting Updated: Mar-03-14 10:34 pm
- 57,000 shed from Nevada voter registration rolls Updated: Mar-03-14 7:47 pm
- Slow start to early voting across Illinois Updated: Mar-03-14 7:17 pm
- Iowa Senate passes online voter registration bill Updated: Mar-03-14 7:11 pm
- Ohio group refiles petition in voter-access effort Updated: Mar-03-14 1:49 pm
- Illinois governor says he'll vote on Election Day Updated: Mar-03-14 12:16 pm
- Arkansas county election panel to file lawsuit Updated: Mar-02-14 3:52 pm
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida - About 125,000 people have already voted in Pinellas County's special election to fill the late Congressman Bill Young's seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
BOGOTA, Colombia - Former President Alvaro Uribe is back in elected office, and his winning of a Senate seat could potentially complicate efforts by Colombia's government to make peace with leftist rebels.
SELMA, Alabama - Speakers at the commemoration Sunday of a key event in African Americans' fight for voting rights urged Congress to resurrect the requirement that many southern states get federal approval for changes in election laws.
WASHINGTON - In 2010, Vincent Gray received 72,648 votes in the District of Columbia's Democratic mayoral primary. That was good enough for a nearly 10-percentage point victory over incumbent Adrian Fenty, but it meant that just 22 percent of the city's registered Democrats cast ballots for Gray.
LOS ANGELES - In a year when California Democrats are worried about motivating their voters, Gov. Jerry Brown heard another unwelcome message Saturday: Some Democratic activists are bristling over his administration's policies on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
MADISON, Wisconsin - Republican-backed bills to limit absentee voting hours and make other election-law changes are scheduled for votes next week in the Wisconsin Senate as lawmakers rush to finish their work for the year.
MADISON, Wisconsin - In-person absentee voting hours would not be allowed on weekends or holidays in Wisconsin under a bill passed by a state Senate committee.
CLEVELAND - The leader of Ohio's largest county has submitted a proposal to the county council to assert its home-rule powers and mail unsolicited, absentee-ballot applications to registered voters there.
KEOKUK, Iowa - The attorney for an ex-felon charged with illegally voting must be allowed to question an aide to Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad before the trial begins, a judge ruled Thursday.
DES MOINES, Iowa - Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz did not have the authority to create a new rule aimed at ridding voter registration rolls of voters who didn't appear to be U.S. citizens, a judge said Wednesday.
SACRAMENTO, California - A legislative committee has postponed for at least a week its consideration of an attempt to expel a Democratic state senator who is awaiting sentencing on perjury and voter fraud charges.
AUGUTSA, Maine - Maine's Democratic-controlled House has rejected a measure that would establish a process allowing towns to create in-person early voting systems.
NEW DELHI - India said Wednesday that it will hold national elections from April 7 to May 12, kicking off a vote that many observers see as the most important election in more than 30 years in the world's largest democracy.
AUSTIN, Texas - Polls across Texas are closed, including in Travis County, which stayed open two extra hours because freezing weather delayed the start of voting in the Austin area.
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida - In the 2012 general election, more people voted by mail in Pinellas County than in any other Florida county and that could have a major impact on next week's special election to replace the late Congressman C.W. Bill Young.
WOODBRIDGE, New Jersey - A municipal judge in New Jersey is facing voter fraud charges for allegedly casting ballots in a town he does not live in.
LAS VEGAS - Nevada Republican congressional candidate Niger Innis said he regrets not voting more often in the past 14 years.
AUSTIN, Texas - Gov. Rick Perry isn't on the ballot, but a new member of the Bush dynasty is. Wendy Davis can clinch a feat no woman has achieved in Texas since Ann Richards. Heavyweight Republicans are trying to survive, and a new voter ID law gets a major test.
AUSTIN, Texas - The Texas Secretary of State is advising county election officials to extend polling hours and combine voting locations in case of bad weather.
CARSON CITY, Nevada - Nevada has tens of thousands of fewer active voters than it did in January.
CHICAGO - Voters trickled into the polls Monday, the first day of early voting for primary contests that'll help determine Illinois' next governor, a U.S. senator and numerous local offices.
DES MOINES, Iowa - A bill that would set up a system for online voter registration in Iowa unanimously passed in the Senate on Monday without debate and moved to the House for further work on verification of electronic signatures.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio group has refiled its paperwork after hitting a snag in an effort to guarantee certain voter protections in the state constitution.
CHICAGO - It's the first day of early voting in Illinois, but Gov. Pat Quinn isn't going to the polls.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - The Pulaski County Election Commission has voted to file a lawsuit over changes to absentee ballot-counting procedures that the group says conflict with guidance from the Arkansas attorney general's office on the state's new voter-identification law.