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Virginia Extends Voter Registration Deadline Until Oct. 15 After Website Outage : NPR

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Virginia’s online voter registration system went down on the worst day possible: the last day that residents are allowed to register to vote.

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A federal judge in Richmond has ruled that Virginia must extend online and in-person voter registration until 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 15.

The order comes after a construction project accidentally cut a fiber internet line yesterday that took down several state websites, including the Department of Elections website on the last day of voter registration.

U.S. Judge John A. Gibney Jr. made the ruling early Wednesday morning in a lawsuit brought by several voter rights groups.

“There’s really not a lot of harm to the Commonwealth and the state registrars by extending the period of registration in this case,” Gibney Jr. said in the teleconference hearing, “but there is tremendous harm to the people who want to register to

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When frequent political candidate Chris Young died, he left behind a valuable campaign website

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He also left behind a something that no one could have predicted would suddenly become so valuable: his campaign website, wheretovote.com.

The domain, which his wife now owns, used to redirect users to Young’s Facebook page, and is now broken. But in a year where the coronavirus pandemic has created so much uncertainty around voting in next month’s election, political strategists say it’s a shame that a website that could have been used for a good cause – like encouraging people to vote – is blank. And they say a sale of the domain could have fetched a small fortune from advocacy groups or even candidates for office.

“It’s common practice to direct multiple sites like this one to a voter information platform,” said Michael Halle, a former senior advisor to Pete Buttigieg’s presidential campaign. “It would be great to have this one in the arsenal.”

Unlike the conventional candidate

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Apple Pay Landing Page Goes Live on Apple’s Mexico Website, Suggesting Imminent Launch

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Apple added an Apple Pay landing page to its regional Mexico website late on Tuesday, indicating the mobile payment system could launch in the country imminently.


Way back in March there were suggestions that Apple Pay could be coming to Mexico, after reports that some iPhone users in the country had been able to add their Banregio cards to the Wallet app, with only the verification process failing.

Cards from banks other than Banregio were not able to be added to the Wallet app on the ‌‌iPhone‌‌, suggesting ‌‌Apple Pay‌‌ in Mexico could be limited to Banregio at launch.

That’s still uncertain, since the ‌Apple Pay‌ page on Apple’s Mexican website offers no launch date and doesn’t list any banks that will integrate with the service. All it says is ‌Apple Pay‌ will be compatible with “credit and debit cards of the most important payment networks, issued by various banks,”

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Titans’ website: No one circles the wagons like … the Tennessee Titans | Buffalo Bills News | NFL

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Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry (22) carries the ball against Buffalo Bills cornerback Josh Norman (29) in the second half on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn.




To the victor, go the spoils, according to the old saying.

And, well, they’ve had quite a couple of weeks in Nashville.

So Jim Wyatt, a longtime Titans beat writer who now works for the team’s website, harkened back to the legendary day of the Bills to begin his story on Tuesday’s 42-16 drubbing:



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You had an inkling it wasn’t going to be a good night for Josh Allen or the Buffalo Bills on the third play from scrimmage.

NASHVILLE – No one circles the wagons like the Tennessee Titans.

Sorry Chris Berman, and the Buffalo Bills.

Ravaged by positive COVID-19 tests, and without several key players on

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Maximedia Launches its Brand-New Official Website

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Maximedia, the media giant in Las Vegas, steps up its advertising game with its new and easy-to-navigate website

LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / October 13, 2020 / Maximedia, one of the leading billboard advertising companies in Las Vegas, has officially launched its brand-new website. This cements their online presence even more as users can now reach out to them with just a single click on Google search.

The website was designed in a user-friendly way to ensure that the website visitors get a seamless experience. The website design was done by one of the top web design companies in Chennai, Digital SEO.

To take a look at their newly launched website and to get a detailed insight into their billboard advertising services, please visit https://www.maximedialv.com/

As a spokesperson for Maximedia noted, the newly updated website features more in-depth information about the wide range of billboard services they offer in

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Tarrant County launches new website that allows voters to check wait times at county polling locations

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Tarrant County voters can cast their ballot at any polling location for the 2020 election. The new website is color-coded based on wait times.

Tarrant County launched a new website, allowing voters to check wait times at county polling locations.

Tarrant County voters can cast their ballot at any polling location for the 2020 election. The new website is color-coded based on wait times.

At one point Tuesday morning, the website showed over an hour-long wait for the Villages of Woodland Springs polling location. That’s one of three early voting locations that was affected after a poll worker tested positive for COVID-19.

The Tarrant County Elections Office said in a statement that they found out about the poll worker’s positive test last night. That worker was trained on Oct. 8.

“Out of an abundance of caution, all workers that were in the same training class were asked to stay home

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Virginia voter registration website goes down on last day to register

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Voters cast their ballots for the 2020 election at an early, in-person voting location in Arlington, Virginia, on September 18, 2020.

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Virginia’s Citizen Portal has gone down due to a cut fiber on Tuesday, preventing people from registering to vote online on the last day of voter registration in the state, the Department of Elections says.

Residents can still register to vote by mailing in or dropping off paper applications.

Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax said the outages are reported statewide and called for the voter registration deadline to be extended beyond Tuesday. However, the Board of Elections hasn’t announced plans to adjust the deadline.

The outage is also affecting registrar’s offices, the Virginia Department of Elections said on Twitter.

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The Citizen Portal, which allows voters to register online, was temporarily unavailable on Tuesday morning, a message posted on the

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Virginia voter registration website back up after outage on last day to register

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Virginia’s voter registration website was back up Tuesday afternoon after an outage that lasted about six hours on the commonwealth’s last day to register to vote ahead of the November election.



Virginia voter registration website back up after outage on last day to register


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Virginia voter registration website back up after outage on last day to register

The Virginia Department of Elections on Tuesday afternoon said its citizen portal – which allows residents to register to vote, update information and check their registration status – was back up.

“Thank you everyone for your patience! The citizen portal is back up, you can go to http://elections.virginia.gov/voterinfo to register to vote, update information or check your registration status,” the department tweeted.

The department earlier in

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CEO of Whitehorse Freight, Michael Bilokonsky Launches Professional Website

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BELLEVUE, KY / ACCESSWIRE / October 13, 2020 / Michael Bilokonsky, CEO and president of Whitehorse Freight, is excited to announce the launch of his new website, https://michaelbilokonsky.com/. As an enthusiast of motorcycles, his website features an in-depth look into his interests as well as some interesting entrepreneurial tips in the form of articles and interviews.

“Motorcycles are my passion. Balancing my personal interests and my entrepreneurial mindset is something I really wanted to highlight on my website,” Says Biolkonsky.

The balance is definitely struck as the website sports information on how to stay safe while enjoying the ride in the article Staying safe on the road: tips for the new motorcycle owner and also describing his work experience and how he got to where he is today in Michael

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A cut cable causes Virginia voter website to crash on final day of registration for election

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Virginia’s voter registration website went down on Tuesday, the final day for people in the state to register ahead of Election Day. As of early Tuesday afternoon, the website was still not working. 

“Due to a network outage, the Citizen Portal is temporarily unavailable,” the Virginia Department of Elections wrote on its site Tuesday morning. 

Officials said on Twitter that a “fiber cut” in Chester, near the Commonwealth Enterprise Solutions Center, impacted connectivity for multiple state agencies. The cut cable, which appeared to be an accident, affected both the voting portal and the registrar’s offices. 

“We are working with our network providers to restore service as quickly as possible,” the department said. “Please check back later for your online voter registration or absentee needs.”

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Voters looking to register were directed to this statement from the Virginia Department of Elections during the outage on October 13, 2020.

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