It Ain’t Over 

In one form or another, the post-election protest seems likely to continue.

There's no fat lady singing yet. Although voting in the 2010 countywide election ended on August 5th and the Election Commission was scheduled to meet for the purpose of certifying the results August 19th, events of the intervening two weeks have made…

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