NewsNet 30 Oct 2020

CA Governor Heads to Polls to Vote


The Governor of California sent in an early vote Thursday near the state's capital. NewsNet's Danielle Radin

Millions are voting in the parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan, often described as being more democratic than its other ex-Soviet neighbours.
But widespread allegations of election rigging are already throwing doubt over the legitimacy of the vote.

Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek.
As Americans head to the polls in what might be a historical 2020 Election Day, Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden are still campaigning and trying to convince undecided voters to cast a ballot.
California Governor Gavin Newsom voted early on Thursday in Sacramento. The Democratic governor said he is "very enthusiastic about the total number of ballots that have been returned and about the eagerness" people have to vote. (Oct. 29)
A pregnant Florida woman in labor refused to go to the hospital, insisting that she first stop at the polls to cast her ballot in the 2020 election. Karen Briceño González, who works for the Supervisor of Elections Office in Orange County, helped the woman vote and shared the story with CBS Orlando affiliate WKMG-TV.

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