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General News    H3'ed 6/19/09

'Daily Voting News' for June 19, 2009

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by Ellen Theisen, Dave Klein and John Washburn

Congratulations to the election integrity advocates in Tennessee. Yesterday, the Senate blocked an effort to delay implementation of a 2008 law requiring a "paper trail" on all voting machines in all 95 counties by 2010....

  • National: Insider: ACORN 'always been Democrat operation' LINK

  • National: Jim Brown on the Voting Rights Act LINK

  • National: US Sen. Grassley: Works to ensure milirary families have opportunity to vote LINK

  • CA: Tie-Breakers? We've Had a Few LINK

  • HI: Hawaii plans to cut 66 precincts to reduce election expenses LINK

  • IL: Recount resumes in Rock Island LINK

  • NJ: Roselle mayor alleges primary votes mishandled LINK (One of the candidates cast two votes.)

  • TN: Burchett likened to Atticus Finch LINK

  • TN: Republicans count victories as Tennessee legislature adjourns LINK

  • TN: Senate Vote Leaves Mandate for New Voting Machines in 2010 LINK

  • TN: Tennessee Senate rejects delay for paper trail on voting machines LINK

  • Iran: BBC Persian and VOA's Persian News Network deny Tehran's accusations of bias and meddling LINK

  • Iran: Iran Election 2009: A different perspective LINK

  • Iran: Iran's Supreme Leader Affirms Election Results LINK

  • Iran: Statistical evidence for Iranian election fraud? LINK

  • Iran: SteveLendmanBlog - LINK LINK (Lots of background about the election.)

  • Philippines: Comelec to trim down polling precincts by 70% LINK
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