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December 5, 1992 | Associated Press
Voter complaints have triggered a grand jury preliminary investigation of Alameda County Registrar Emmie Hill as more than 1,000 voters complained that they received late absentee ballots. On Election Day, 13 of the county's 1,028 polling places opened late, two of eight card counters broke and one box of ballots was misplaced for several hours. The county was the 53rd of the state's 58 to finish counting ballots.
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June 2, 1993 | Associated Press
The state Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned five 1991 school board elections in Fresno County because of illegal handling of absentee ballots by an African-American political group whose candidates won. The court said a campaign by the Black American Political Assn. of California violated state laws on applications for absentee voting and delivery of absentee ballots to the registrar. Four BAPAC members were among the 12 winners in the election.
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June 2, 1993 | Associated Press
The state Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned five 1991 school board elections in Fresno County because of illegal handling of absentee ballots by an African-American political group whose candidates won. The court said a campaign by the Black American Political Assn. of California violated state laws on applications for absentee voting and delivery of absentee ballots to the registrar. Four BAPAC members were among the 12 winners in the election.
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December 5, 1992 | Associated Press
Voter complaints have triggered a grand jury preliminary investigation of Alameda County Registrar Emmie Hill as more than 1,000 voters complained that they received late absentee ballots. On Election Day, 13 of the county's 1,028 polling places opened late, two of eight card counters broke and one box of ballots was misplaced for several hours. The county was the 53rd of the state's 58 to finish counting ballots.
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