by Ellen Theisen, Dave Klein and John Washburn
The Iranian Presidential election outcome and aftermath, of course, dominate the news today. We did the best we could to sort through the billions of articles and select some that were informative and varied. But if you want more, they're easy to find....
National: Justices May Strike Down Part Of Voting Rights Act LINK National: Preparing for the Worst on the Voting Rights Act LINK National: Politics and Media Frenzy Feed Voter ID Battles; Efforts to Make Voting More Accessible Go Under Radar LINK DC: Registration And Voting On Same Day Sought in DC LINK MN: Well Then Who's Problem Is It? LINK OH: Shadows On High: Petition Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them LINK IL: Illinois Undervote Law LINK TX: Dwayne Bohac's Man on the Inside LINK Iran: Reverberations as Door Slams on Hopes of Change LINK Iran: Mousavi sees election hopes dashed LINK Iran: Landslide or Fraud? The Debate Online Over Iran's Election Results LINK Iran: ThreatsWatch.Org: Commentary: Iranian Election: Clockwork Orange LINK Iran: Maryam Rajavi: 85 percent of Iranians boycott religious dictatorship's election LINK Iran: Iranians can't believe it LINK
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