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November 25, 1999 | NICHOLAS RICCARDI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nearly 2% of all voters who requested absentee ballots in this month's local elections failed to receive them due to errors by the Los Angeles County registrar-recorder's office, and candidates who lost tight races may contest the results of their elections. The problem was apparently caused by data clerks hitting the wrong key while generating absentee ballots on the county's new election computer system, erroneously suppressing 1,697 ballots that should have been mailed to voters.
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October 24, 1998
The registrar-recorder's office will be open over the next two weekends to help people who want to cast absentee ballots for the Nov. 3 election. The office will be open from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The office is in Room 3002, 12400 Imperial Highway, Norwalk. Absentee ballot applications must be received by the Registrar's Office by Tuesday.
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June 2, 1998 | AMY OAKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A voter with two last names might confound most precinct officials, but for seasoned poll pros like Frank and Shirley Bruno, it's just a matter of remembering the regulars. It has been years since the woman with two last names first walked into the Brunos' family room-turned-polling place, first giving one half of her hyphenated last name, then the other. The Brunos couldn't find her. Had she come to the wrong location--or failed to register?
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April 19, 1997 | KEN ELLINGWOOD
I was doing the breakfast dishes when she popped the question last month: "What do you say we go to City Hall today and get married?" Just like that. The idea was as inspired as it was sudden. Though we defied marriage through seven years of living together, that stance was crumbling amid talk of having kids. If we were finally giving in, how better than by eloping? So simple. Spur of the moment. A touch romantic--like in the movies, without the ladder.
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January 22, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Feb. 3 is the deadline to register to vote in March 4 elections, the Los Angeles County registrar-recorder announced. Three Valley cities--San Fernando, Calabasas and Hidden Hills--will be among 53 Los Angeles County municipalities holding elections on that date. Residents of Palmdale will also vote on a school bond measure on March 4. The city of Los Angeles will hold its election on April 8.
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November 13, 1996
Upgrading Los Angeles County's outdated vote-counting equipment to avoid the kind of failures that slowed election results last week could cost $5 million to $6 million. But it could cost approximately $50 million to completely replace the county's centralized vote tabulation equipment with a state-of-the-art system that counts ballots at the precincts, Registrar-Recorder Conny McCormack told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
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October 27, 1996 | PATRICK J. McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They included the young and old, rich and poor, well-educated professionals and lifelong laborers for whom college was a dream for future generations. At a nondescript county office off Interstate 5 in Norwalk, they converged Saturday to exercise one of the most sacrosanct of their new rights. They came to register to vote for the first time as U.S. citizens. "I'm just so excited," gushed Sandra Schaffner, a native of Canada who reared three U.S.
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October 4, 1996 | HECTOR TOBAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you want to participate in the democratic process but can't stomach the idea of working for a politician, then Conny McCormack has just the job for you. Los Angeles County's registrar/recorder is about to hire 1,000 poll workers for November's election. You can make $45 a day as one of the 25,000 workers who collect and tally ballots at 5,632 precincts from Lancaster to Long Beach. Those who have worked the polls in elections past say it's a great way to meet your neighbors.
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April 1, 1995 | TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles County workers won a temporary restraining order Friday preventing widespread layoffs at the registrar-recorder's office until a court hearing next week, when a judge will also consider a similar plea by county health care workers facing dismissal. Last month, the county announced it planned to lay off employees to help cut its $1-billion budget deficit, and on Friday pink slips were sent to 107 Health Services Department employees.
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