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Turnout in North Korea 99.99 percent: State media | news

Voter turnout in North Korea's electoral candidates this year was 99.99 percent, compared to 99.97 percent the last time it was reported, the state media reported in the oceans, "said North Korea's official news agency KCNA on Tuesday. Millions of North Koreans voted on Sunday in national polls. The election is held every five years to elect a legal text …

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Trump campaign sees potential for new supporters in 2020, in voter turnout

President Trump's re-election team sees signs that the campaign could grow the coalition that baffled the political establishment and sent it to the White House two years ago. Despite the numerous controversies that have since enveloped the government in their introduction – and the risk that the eardrums of negative news coverage could turn fans off in 2020 – Fox …

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Midterm elections: early turnout in some key states | US news

Early turnout is increasing in some key states, suggesting that more Americans may vote for this year's midterm elections compared to previous years, voter turnout was huge, the Atlanta Journal reported. On the first day of early voting this month, voter turnout was three times higher than in 2014: 69,049 people voted (20,898). Last Saturday, waiting for election in the …

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By Numbers: Maryland's early turnout more than doubled from the 2014 gubernatorial election

More than half of Maryland's early election period has more than twice as many electoral turnouts than recent Gubernatorial elections – a development Democrats call a good sign for their candidates. After five days in advance, around 370,000 Marylanders voted in parliamentary elections – an increase of 135 percent over 2014. This could be good news for the Democratic Party …

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The early vote on Sunday provides for efforts to increase turnout

0 Sunday's early vote sees more voter turnout efforts Early polling efforts gained further momentum as Black Voter's Matter merged with nearly a dozen civil and community organizations on Sunday IBEW's parking lot Building on Pulliam Street was the scene of the bipartisan "No Woter Suppression Sunday: Defend Freedom Rides" – including a surprising appearance by comedian and TV presenter …

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The organizers of arms marches in 10 cities complain low turnout

Student-led rallies across the country on Saturday had the goal of showing support for gun rights, though their efforts were less than expected to counter the well-funded and organized youth-gun control lobby that emerged after the war massacre in a Florida high school earlier this year. Here in Chicago, people gathered in a corner of Millennium Park. In Los Angeles, …

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The Latest: Uninvolved Voters Increase Voter Turnout

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The latest news: Erdogan votes in Turkey indicate high turnout

ANKARA, Turkey – Latest news on presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday (all local time): 14:15 Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan cast his vote in presidential and parliamentary elections Turkey has seen a "democratic revolution". The Sunday elections will complete Turkey's transition to a new executive presidential system. Whoever wins the presidential race will have wider powers over the country. …

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The Latest: High early turnout for the elections in Hungary

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, left, and his wife Aniko Levai cast their votes on Sunday, April 8, 2018, in a polling station in Budapest, Hungary. Orban is expected to win for the third time in a row and since 1998 in fourth place overall. opened as election stations throughout the country for the election of 199 parliamentarians. (19659002) According …

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