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ON SCHOOL ISSUE, TOWN'S VOTE WAS TOO FEW TO COUNT

They came and they voted, but not enough of them. Of Bedford's 12,839 registered voters, 5,511 showed up for Tuesday's special election. Three- quarters of those voters favored a proposal to build a high school and continue sending students to Manchester while the school is being built. But according to state law, in a special election convened by a school district, at least half of registered voters must vote in order for the results to be valid. Tuesday's turnout fell 909 shy of the 6,420 needed.

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ON SCHOOL ISSUE, TOWN'S VOTE WAS TOO FEW TO COUNT

BY Meg Villeneuve

They came and they voted, but not enough of them. Of Bedford's 12,839 registered voters, 5,511 showed up for Tuesday's special election. Three- quarters of those voters favored a proposal to build a high school and continue sending students to Manchester while the school is being built. But according to state law, in a special election convened by a school district, at least half of registered voters must vote in order for the results to be valid. Tuesday's turnout fell 909 shy of the 6,420 needed.

11/09/2003
A VICE PRESIDENT SETBACKS FORCED GORE TO BROADEN HIS FOCUS BEYOND ENVIRONMENT

WASHINGTON - One day last September, Vice President Al Gore met privately with President Clinton to deliver an urgent message. Republicans on Capitol Hill, Gore said, were taking aim at the most important weapon in the war against global warming. Gore was livid.

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A VICE PRESIDENT SETBACKS FORCED GORE TO BROADEN HIS FOCUS BEYOND ENVIRONMENT

BY Michael Kranish

WASHINGTON - One day last September, Vice President Al Gore met privately with President Clinton to deliver an urgent message. Republicans on Capitol Hill, Gore said, were taking aim at the most important weapon in the war against global warming. Gore was livid.

08/13/2000