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More than half of the 180,000 Kentuckians barred from voting because of a felony conviction would remain permanently disenfranchised under changes the Kentucky Senate made last week to a voting rig

It’s the largest Florida city without curbside recycling. St. Petersburg City Council members are expected to change that Thursday.

"Texas voters face important choices for the future of Texas in the 2014 elections when for the first time in more than 20 years an incumbent governor and many other incumbent state officials

On Jan. 17, Commonwealth Court Judge Bernard L.

Members of the League of Women Voters are distributing voters guides for the primary election to several locations in Amarillo and Canyon.

The politically nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Nashville has adopted positions on several charter school issues that are before the General Assembly.

With the Massachusetts gubernatorial election just nine months away, the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts has launched the “Dear Future Governor” Student Video Contest,” an opportunity for h

MONTGOMERY — Alabama Power expects to begin drawing less electricity from its coal plants between now and 2017, but coal is likely to remain one of the utility's base sources of power in the f

Gov. Brownback is again promoting a Kansas constitutional amendment to select Kansas Supreme Court Justices politically instead of our current “merit-based” process.