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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
The criminal investigation hand-count has begun in Arizona. In the lead-up to the count the Attorney General spoke about Internet feed of video from the counting room. It's a good thing he didn't say the count would be public or the process would be transparent. Yes, there are cameras in the area and yes they are streaming live via the Internet. However, the cameras are physically as far away from the counting as they could probably place them and some of the cameras are focused on empty aisles or on swinging doors. No transparency here. Nothing to see here; move along....
Featured - AZ: Internet Camera Streams Completely Useless as AZ's Criminal Investigation Ballot Hand-Count Begins LINK
CA: Riverside County - Group: More ballots reported now LINK
DE: Legislator calls for school board elections to be moved to general election dates LINK
IL: Sangamon County - Paper ballots to be used again Election Day LINK
MN: Ballots to be counted this week illustrate the tale of the recount
Exactly how did we get to this week, when the fate of 400 absentee ballots may finally give us a winner between Norm Coleman and Al Franken? Just ask the Stocke family of Aitkin County. LINK
MN: Pile of Minn. Senate ballots that may count drops LINK
NY: A Short History of the New York Democracy Wars LINK
NY: Court will rule on 20th CD absentee ballot schedule LINK
TX: Fort Worth Democrat says voter ID mandate should cause sleepless nights LINK
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