All posts tagged "CEE"
Dominion Voting Confident in Fulfilling Electoral Cycle
SAN JUAN – Dominion Voting, the company that signed a $38.5 million contract with the State Elections Commission (CEE by its acronym in Spanish) to implement the electronic voting system for the primaries and general elections in...
- Posted April 29, 2016
CEE up to its Neck in Debt and Work, Just Weeks Before General Primaries
“Without the payment to the printers, we won’t have ballots”
- Posted April 23, 2016
CEE Modernizes Election System
$92 million shortfall could send grid to Stone Age
- Posted April 7, 2016
An Investment in Democracy Worth Every Penny
When Dominion Voting President Javier Jiménez, whose company is tasked with overhauling the State Elections Commission’s (CEE by its Spanish initials) electronic voting system, tells you that he has “very good employees” in response to the question, “Do you have...
- Posted April 7, 2016
CEE Says Electronic Vote Count Will Take Place, Despite Doubts
Top Official Says CEE Already Has Some 1,000 Electronic Voting Machines
- Posted March 16, 2016
Lúgaro Candidacy on the Ropes Due to Insufficient Endorsements
SAN JUAN– Alexandra Lúgaro, who is seeking to run as an independent candidate for Puerto Rico governor in the November general elections, could stay out of the running after failing to obtain the minimum number of endorsements...
- Posted March 9, 2016
Electoral Expert Says There is Room to Reduce Electoral Process Expenses
Expenses incurred by the Puerto Rico State Elections Commission (CEE by its Spanish initials) for this year’s electoral cycle—which includes primaries and the general election—estimated at $90 million, can be reduced but changes cannot be left to...
- Posted February 11, 2016
Endorsement Filings Moving Forward at the CEE
Two of the three independent candidates aspiring to be elected governor of Puerto Rico in the November 2016 elections have reached the minimum 50% of endorsements required by Feb. 1, submitting some 16,000 endorsements each. As of...
- Posted February 6, 2016
High-Ranking Member of Puerto Rico Republican Party Resigns
SAN JUAN – Héctor Ramos Díaz, who for decades occupied various positions in the Puerto Rico Republican Party (PRRP), including as legal adviser, resigned in mid-January after disagreeing with recent party decisions concerning the financing of the...
- Posted February 1, 2016
González Colón Becomes 1st Candidate for Resident Commissioner to hand in Endorsements
SAN JUAN – The vice president of the New Progressive Party (NPP), Jenniffer González Colón, on Monday became the first candidate for resident commissioner in Washington, D.C., to meet the number of endorsements required to participate in...
- Posted January 11, 2016