Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Lots of news today. Ex-New Mexico SoS Rebecca Vigil-Giron has some questions to answer regarding use of funds for elections when she was in office. Colorado is talking more about going to all-paper voting in the future. Utah legislators seem to have a fear of a deluge of aliens coming into the state just to vote in their elections so they are trying to require proof of citizenship. And now the Coleman camp in Minnesota is declaring the ongoing trial as a "legal quagmire". It doesn't get any better than this....
National: Federal study says all touch-screen voting machines allow undetectable hacking LINK
FL: Palm Beach mayoral election recount to be made Saturday LINK
FL: Palm Beach mayor candidates apart by 3 votes - recount on Saturday LINK
GA: Lumpkin Co. may consolidate polling places LINK
MN: Coleman Attorney Says Election 'Fatally-Flawed'
More evidence they may be preparing an appeal strategy to call for a 'do-over' in MN's U.S. Senate Election... LINK
MN: Coleman Lawyer Declares Trial "A Legal Quagmire" LINK
MN: Tensions rise as judges reject Coleman request
Lawyers for Norm Coleman today abandoned claims involving dozens of absentee ballots rejected during the recount, and accused the three-judge panel hearing the case of creating "a legal quagmire" LINK
TX: Sen. Williams: Voter ID measure won't come up all that soon LINK
UT: Bill requiring proof of citizenship passes Senate committee LINK
WI: Walworth County - Voting machine problem causes delay LINK
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