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'Daily Voting News' For April 14, 2009

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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org From the Minnesota Senatorial court decision: "The overwhelming weight of the evidence indicates that the November 4, 2008 election was conducted fairly, impartially, and accurately. ... After seven weeks of trial, the factual record is devoid of any allegations of fraud, tampering, or security breaches on Election Day, during the recount process, or during the election contest.

"There is no evidence of a systemic problem of disenfranchisement in the state's election system, including in its absentee-balloting procedures. After three weeks of trial, the Court issued an order in which it found that "[t]he facts presented thus far do not show a wholesale disenfranchisement of absentee voters in the 2008 general election." This conclusion applies with equal force today. After seven weeks of trial, the factual record is devoid of any allegations of fraud, tampering, or security breaches on Election Day, during the recount process, or during the election contest.

"The citizens of Minnesota should be proud of their election system. Minnesota has one of the highest voter-participation rates in the country. The Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State and election officials throughout Minnesota's counties and cities are well-trained, fair, and conscientious and performed their duties admirably. Minnesota could not conduct elections without the hard work and diligence of its dedicated professionals and citizen volunteers, and the Court is proud of their service."...

  • National: Voting Reform Gets New Life Schumer's Letter To Holder Shows Congress Is Serious, Advocates Say LINK
  • National: NIST Accepting Public Comments on Federal Voting Machine Test Guidelines LINK
  • AR: Several new laws affect elections LINK
  • CA: Monterey County Opinion - Ballot counting lacks transparency LINK
  • CA: Riverside County - Elections watchdog to give report, recommendations to board today LINK
  • IL: Pollwatching at Chicago's Central Vote-Tabulating Room LINK
  • IL: Low turnout has state debating voting by mail LINK
  • MN: Franken Coleman Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order for Judgement LINK
  • MN: Judges rule Franken winner; Coleman to appeal LINK
  • NY: The Legislature Takes on Election Reform LINK
  • TN: Tennessee Senate approves voter-ID bill; House version awaits review LINK
  • TN: Sullivan County election panel set to discuss administrator LINK
  • TX: ID bill will disenfranchise voters Insensitive remarks show lack of knowledge LINK
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