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MEXICO-ELECTION/
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July 13, 2012
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, presidential candidate for the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD),...
Mexico City, Mexico
Lopez Obrador, presidential candidate for the Party of the Democratic Revolution, shows a ballot during...
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, presidential candidate for the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), shows a ballot during a news conference in Mexico city July 12, 2012.The runner-up in Mexico's presidential election said on Thursday he will ask the country's electoral tribunal to void the results, arguing that the winner broke campaign finance laws to buy votes. Lopez Obrador came in 3.3 million votes behind Enrique Pena Nieto from the centrist Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), according to the official count from the July 1 vote. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EGYPT-ELECTION/
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June 17, 2012
An electoral worker shows an invalid ballot, on which a voter has marked with multiple crosses and written...
Cairo, Egypt
An electoral worker shows an invalid ballot after polls closed in Cairo
An electoral worker shows an invalid ballot, on which a voter has marked with multiple crosses and written "void" next to both candidates, after polls closed in Cairo June 17, 2012. Egyptians began an anxious wait for their first freely elected president on Sunday after two days of voting that was to be the culmination of their Arab Spring revolution but which many fear may now only compound political and economic uncertainty. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTIONS/
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May 04, 2007
A returning officer oversees results of a spoilt paper projected on a screen behind him at an election...
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
A returning officer oversees results of a spoilt paper projected on a screen behind him at an election...
A returning officer oversees results of a spoilt paper projected on a screen behind him at an election counting centre in west Edinburgh, Scotland May 4, 2007. Scotland's parliamentary and council elections have been blighted by high numbers of spoilt votes and delays caused by a new electronic counting system. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
SPAIN BASQUES
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May 23, 2003
Outlawed "Batasuna" leader Arnaldo Otegi holds up a ballot paper during
a rally in Bilbao on May 23,...
Bilbao, Spain - Kingdom of
OUTLAWED "BATASUNA" LEADER ARNALDO OTEGI HOLDS UP A BALLOT PAPER DURING
A RALLY IN BILBAO.
Outlawed "Batasuna" leader Arnaldo Otegi holds up a ballot paper during
a rally in Bilbao on May 23, 2003. Basque separatist voters are
expected to place their own papers in the ballot box in municipal
elections on Sunday, a vote which will subsequently be counted as null
and void. REUTERS/Vincent West

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RUSSIA ELECTION
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September 29, 2002
Alexander Uss casts his ballot at a polling station in Krasnoyarsk in
the run off round of the region's...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
USS CASTS HIS BALLOT IN KRASNOYARSK GOVERNOR'S ELECTIONS IN
KRASNOYARSK.
Alexander Uss casts his ballot at a polling station in Krasnoyarsk in
the run off round of the region's governor elections, in this September
22, 2002 file photograph. Officials in the vast Siberian region on
Sunday voided on grounds of mass irregularities the outcome of a
gubernatorial election contested by two candidates, Uss and Alexander
Khloponin, backed by powerful Russian industrial groups. REUTERS/Ilya
Naimushin

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CAMBODIA ELECTION
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February 23, 2002
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy talks to over 400 supporters of his party
as they march through Phnom Penh...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Kingdom of
OPPOSITION LEADER SAM RAINSY AND SUPPORTERS MARCH TO PROTEST RECENT
ELECTION.
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy talks to over 400 supporters of his party
as they march through Phnom Penh February 23, 2002 to protest a refusal
by authorities to recount votes in several areas following the
country's landmark local elections earlier this month. Sam Rainsy,
leader of his self-named party, demanded the National Election
Committee recount votes declared null and void in six of the 1,621
communes - or clusters of villages - polled on election day, and hold a
re-vote in a seventh. Sam Rainsy maintains that recounting spoiled
ballot papers would lead to his party's victory in the six contested
areas. Official election results are due out before next Friday,
officials said. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

KD/PB
CAMBODIA ELECTION
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February 23, 2002
Over 400 supporters of Cambodia's opposition Sam Rainsy Party march
through Phnom Penh February 23,...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Kingdom of
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS MARCH TO PROTEST RECENT ELECTION.
Over 400 supporters of Cambodia's opposition Sam Rainsy Party march
through Phnom Penh February 23, 2002 to protest a refusal by
authorities to recount votes in several areas following the country's
landmark local elections earlier this month. Sam Rainsy, leader of his
self-named party, demanded the National Election Committee recount
votes declared null and void in six of the 1,621 communes - or clusters
of villages - polled on election day, and hold a re-vote in a seventh.
Sam Rainsy maintains that recounting spoiled ballot papers would lead
to his party's victory in the six contested areas. Official election
results are due out before next Friday, officials said. REUTERS/Chor
Sokunthea

KD/PB
CAMBODIA ELECTION
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February 23, 2002
Over 400 supporters of Cambodia's opposition Sam Rainsy Party march
through Phnom Penh February 23,...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Kingdom of
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS MARCH TO PROTEST RECENT ELECTION.
Over 400 supporters of Cambodia's opposition Sam Rainsy Party march
through Phnom Penh February 23, 2002 to protest a refusal by
authorities to recount votes in several areas following the country's
landmark local elections earlier this month. Sam Rainsy, leader of his
self-named party, demanded the National Election Committee recount
votes declared null and void in six of the 1,621 communes - or clusters
of villages - polled on election day, and hold a re-vote in a seventh.
Sam Rainsy maintains that recounting spoiled ballot papers would lead
to his party's victory in the six contested areas. Official election
results are due out before next Friday, officials said. REUTERS/Chor
Sokunthea

KD/PB
ELECTIONS
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December 12, 2000
Florida Supreme Court spokesman Craig Waters announces on December 12, 2000 that the court was upholding...
Tallahassee, USA
FLORIDA SUPREME COURT SPOKESMAN WATERS SPEAKS.
Florida Supreme Court spokesman Craig Waters announces on December 12, 2000 that the court was upholding the lower court ruling in the Martin and Seminole county cases and allowing the absentee ballots to count in the November 7th U.S. presidential election. The ruling rejected Democrats' claims that 25,000 absentee ballots from Seminole and Martin counties should be voided because application forms used to obtain the ballots were altered by Republican operatives.

TLC/SV
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March 04, 1998
Miami Mayor Xavier Suarez addresses the media March 4 following a judge's ruling that voids the city's...
multiple countries
MIAMI MAYOR SUAREZ SPEAKS TO PRESS FOLLOWING ELECTION FRAUD RULING
Miami Mayor Xavier Suarez addresses the media March 4 following a judge's ruling that voids the city's November 1997 mayoral election. Dade County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Wilson ruled that the election was tainted by "a massive well-conceived and well-orchestrated absentee ballot voter fraud scheme." A new election has been ordered to be held in 60 days.

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