Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
In today's news we have one of the many articles reporting that Norm Coleman has filed an appeal of his court loss with the Minnesota state Supreme Court. Will this be the final step before the state finally has a second Senator?
We've also got a lot more on the voter suppression bill before the Florida legislature. The governor has now said he is not happy with the bill. He wouldn't use the "V" word but he came awful close....
National: Voting machine expert criticizes "clueless" industry report LINK
AL: House OKs bill allowing overseas Internet voting LINK
CA: Press Release Secretary of State Debra Bowen Announces Vote-By-Mail Ballots Available for May 19 Special Election LINK
FL: Voting Rights for the Elderly, and Much More, Now Under Fire by Florida Republicans LINK
FL: Election activists say bill in Florida Legislature is bad news LINK
FL: Bill would make voting difficult, Dems say LINK
FL: Crist doesn't like elections bill LINK
FL: Letter To Governor From Mayor of Tampa LINK
MD: Frederick - City Notes - A democratic dilemma LINK
MN: State Effort Matters in Protecting Military Ballots LINK
MN: Coleman files Senate appeal with state Supreme Court LINK
NC: Cumberland County - Inside Politics: Cumberland purges 20,000 voters LINK
PA: Allegheny County - Canvas Reports
Activists say county must test more voting machines LINK
TN: Sullivan County - Election Chief: No Worries for May Balloting LINK
TX: Photo ID bill must be OK'd by federal officials
Under Voting Rights Act, US Attorney General will advise Legislature on bill LINK
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