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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org and VoteTrustUSA.Org

In a sharply worded ruling, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Melvin Westmoreland said Friday that Georgia's voter ID law "unduly burdens the fundamental right to vote rather than regulate it" and would cause "irreparable harm."...

  • GA: Judge blocks voter ID law LINK


  • GA: Georgia voter ID law on hold. Fulton judge says Legislature overstepped its authority LINK


  • IL: La Salle County - Clerk to implement early ballot safeguards LINK


  • KS: Other counties attack issue differently (Voting machine storage) LINK


  • TX: Collin County - Pilot program could change how voters vote (Super polling places) LINK


  • TX: Jefferson County - A National Study Says Electronic Voting Machines May Be Vulnerable To Hackers LINK



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