Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Today is one of those days where there are many big stories. The list of Secretary of States who have joined together to demand that Veterans Administration facilities be opened to allow non-partisan voter registration drives has risen to 19. Meanwhile, Indiana's Secretary of State, Todd Rokita, has shown that he does not care about the veterans in Indiana as he has sent a letter to the Director of the Department of Veterans Affairs to express his support for the disenfranchising rules.
Also, a whistleblower has stepped forward and stated that a patch was installed in two Georgia counties in 2002 before the Governor and Senatorial elections. He says, in part, that a "computer patch was installed in person by Diebold CEO Bob Urosevich, who flew in from Texas and applied it in just two counties, DeKalb and Fulton, both Democratic strongholds. The source states that Cox [then Georgia Secretary of State Cathy Cox] was not privy to these changes until after the election and that she became particularly concerned over the patch being installed in just those two counties."
The Georgia news stems from a press conference held in Ohio where attorneys announced that they were filing documents with the courts to lift a stay on the 2004 Election fraud case. This case, according to the attorneys, has the potential to take down some very powerful people in this country....
Featured Article - National: VA Ban on Voter Registration Drives for Injured Vets Becomes National Fight LINK
Featured Article GA: GOP cyber-security expert suggests Diebold tampered with 2002 election LINK
Featured Article - OH: Ohio Attorney Files to Lift Stay on '04 Election Case, Cites Allegations, Evidence of Massive Fraud by a Number of GOP Operatives LINK
National: Secretary of the State and Attorney General express outrage, V.A. extends ban to voter education LINK
CO: El Paso County - Mail Ballots - cost, convenience, voter turnout, and other lies LINK
CT: Conn. officials demand reversal of VA ban LINK
FL: Sarasota County Opinion - The value of election audits
Sarasota County case involves an issue of national concern LINK
MD: Carroll County - More voting equipment needed LINK
MO: Judge orders Missouri Department of Social Services to help clients register to vote LINK
NY: Lever Lawsuit Gears Up; "Stealing America" Premiers Aug. 1st LINK
NY: Essex County gets new voting machines LINK
OH: Ohio Attorneys to Assert RICO Claim Against Karl Rove for Orchestrating Theft of 2004 Election Print
Election Lawyers, in Refocus of 2004 Ohio Election Lawsuit, Ask US AG Mukasey to Save Rove's Emails, US Chamber to Name Complicit Contributors, In Effort to Protect Integrity of 2008 Election LINK
PA: Centre County - County commissioners approve leasing new voting machines LINK
PA: Centre County - Officials seek new machines LINK
PA: Centre County Election Board: Paper ballots approved
County will scrap old system LINK
TX: Webb County Democratic chairman confirms Attorney General investigating May election LINK
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