Elections

Elections
6:15 pm
Mon June 18, 2012

Fla. Judge Considers Dismissing Obama Citizenship Challenge

Attorney Larry Klayman (left) talks with plaintiff Michael Voeltz after Monday's hearing.
Jessica Palombo WFSU-FM

A Florida judge is deciding whether to dismiss a case challenging President Barack Obama’s citizenship. In a hearing on Monday, conservative legal activist Larry Klayman argued that Obama should be kept off the Florida ballot this November.

In Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit Court, Klayman argued on behalf of plaintiff Michael Voeltz, a registered Democrat from Fort Lauderdale. Klayman said the president is not a natural-born citizen because his father was not a U.S. citizen.

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Elections
8:55 pm
Thu May 24, 2012

Groups threaten to sue state over voter rolls purge

An effort by the state to remove thousands of non-U-S citizens from the voter rolls could soon be facing a lawsuit. Several civil rights and voting rights organizations sent a letter Thursday to Secretary of State Ken Detzner asking him to halt an initial plan to make sure a list of 2600 people are eligible voters. Local supervisor of elections were sent the list, and complained the list was not accurate.

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Election 2008
11:16 am
Wed January 21, 2009

Tallahassee Watches The 2009 Inauguration

cbcnews.ca

Tallahassee, FL – About a hundred people watched TV coverage of Tuesday's inauguration ceremonies at a downtown Tallahassee condo tower. Tom Flanigan popped in to watch the watchers ..

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Election 2008
1:51 am
Tue December 9, 2008

Florida A&M's Marching Band Preforming in the Inaugural Parade

Idolator

Tallahassee, FL – Florida A&M's Marching 100 band will soon be able to add another notch to its famed resume. As Lynn Hatter reports, it's been selected to be in President-Elect Barack Obama's Inaugural Parade. The catch- it has a six-figure price tag attached.

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Election 2008
12:29 am
Fri November 21, 2008

Internet Voting

Tallahasse, FL – For the people who voted on Election Day, not all went to the polls, or voted by mail. Some got to cast their ballots over the internet. Florida's Okaloosa County was the first in the nation to give this a try and its success may spark federal legislation for other states to do the same. Trimmel Gomes reports

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