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(Reuters) - Joe Biden supporter Cindy Kalogeropoulos took no chances when her absentee ballot arrived on Sept. 29. The Michigan retiree filled it out, drove 7 miles to the nearest drop box and hung around to make sure election officials picked it up - all within 48 hours of receiving it.
BISHKEK (Reuters) - Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov resigned on Thursday after days of unrest following a disputed election, saying he wanted to prevent clashes between security forces and protesters who have demanded his removal from office.
Facebook shut down the page of conspiracy-embracing political party Advance New Zealand on on Oct 14 just two days out from a general election, accusing it of spreading misinformation about the coronavirus.
KOTA KINABALU: Perikatan Nasional and Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) have yet to decide if they will contest the Dec 5 Batu Sapi by-election which was triggered by the demise of Datuk V.K Liew from Parti Warisan Sabah.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's prime ministerial hopefuls clashed on Thursday in their last debate before a general election that Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said if she does not win, she will resign from the leadership of her Labour Party.
Demi Lovato belts out a candid message to President Trump in her new political ballad, 'Commander In Chief'.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California Republican Party leaders, egged on by President Donald Trump, vowed on Wednesday to keep collecting ballots that voters deliver to party-furnished drop boxes in churches, gun shops and campaign offices, a practice they defended as perfectly legal.
HONG KONG (AFP): Concerns about the reimposition of virus lockdowns, stalled vaccine trials and dimming hopes of new US stimulus any time soon weighed on most Asian markets Thursday (Oct 15).
NEW YORK: Asian markets were off to a mixed start on Thursday as hopes of U.S. fiscal stimulus before the presidential election faded and a record number of new coronavirus infections in parts of Europe propelled investors toward safe-havens such as gold.
NEW YORK: Wall Street finished weaker on Wednesday, led lower by Amazon and Microsoft, as investors lost hope that a U.S. fiscal stimulus would be approved before the presidential election in November.