by Ellen Theisen, Dave Klein and John Washburn
Various aspects of Voter ID are in the news today. Texas Democrats defeated their bill. In Kansas, a candidate for Secretary of State claims it's essential to prevent fraud....
NAtional: Voter ID Requirements: How Far is Too Far? LINK CT: House passes voter-registration bill LINK (Election-day registration.) CT: Same-Day Voter Registration Debated By House. LINK CT: State House Approves Election-Day Registration by 81 to 65 LINK GA: Lawyers Committee Files Comment Letter Urging DOJ to Interpose a Section 5 Objection to a New Program for Verification of Voter Registration Data" LINK GA: Rebuttal Brief in Georgia Photo Voter-ID Case Filed with US Supreme Court LINK HI: Voting Drops 83% In All-Digital Election LINK KS: Candidate Kobach claims widespread voter fraud LINK NV: Election law changes questioned LINK NY: More counties urge state to keep lever voting LINK PA: Spelling out the write-ins LINK TX: Democrats' intent to kill Voter ID bill a success LINK TX: Transliterated name? No problem. LINK WA: Bainbridge School Bond Could Turn on 'Challenged' Ballots LINK Philippines: Smartmatic hurdles initial tests LINK (Discusses the testing procedures.)
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Ellen Theisen, Director and Managing Editor
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John Washburn, Editor
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