NY: GOP to file suit for N.Y. special(29th District)
New York Republicans are preparing to file a lawsuit this week that would force New York Democratic Gov. David Paterson to call a special election for the seat vacated by former Rep. Eric Massa (D-N.Y.).
PA: Marseglia objects to GOP selection of voting machine inspectors
Puerto Rico: 2012 votes could be electronic(considering touchscreen voting)
PR currently has optical scan and vote by phone for disabled
http://bit.ly/9SjOr7 Almost one in five of Benton County's voters got a letter in February saying their voter registration was invalid, triggering events that led last week to a call for a TBI investigation and a battle in the legislature.
The brewing legislative battle is over a Democrat-sponsored bill, awaiting floor votes in the House and Senate this week, that declares that when a voter registration form is accepted by election officials, it cannot be declared invalid for some minor omission -- unless fraud was involved or the omission was the voter's signature.
TN: Voter purges sparking debate
GOP leaders defend reviews of records; Democrats call actions politically motivated
TN: EDITORIAL: Election turnout sign of problem
That's the best way to describe the voter turnout in Murfreesboro's municipal election last Tuesday.
The case could decide whether signing a petition for a ballot measure is private or whether the names of signers can be made public.
WI: Wisconsin and the Voter Fraud Agenda(John Fund)
http://bit.ly/bf0GfQ Democrats are pushing to weaken ballot security at the state and national level. Have they forgotten the 2000 election?
WI: Modernizing Voter Registration, the Wisconsin Way (Justin Levitt)
It is, perhaps, unusually appropriate that the voter registration reform of the cycle should be introduced in a state claiming "Forward" as its official motto
WV: Registered Democrat given Republican primary election ballot*
Are corporations people, too?(video also)
Can you imagine a world in which your next congressman is "sponsored" by Pepsi? Or Walmart? Or any corporation for that matter? Well, it may not be so far-fetched.
"CHAMBER VOWS TO BATTLE NEW LEGISLATION ADDRESSING COURT'S CAMPAIGN FINANCE RULING"
Schumer, Van Hollen Walking A Tightrope
http://www.nationaljournal.com/njonline/lb_20100423_6969.php Their Efforts To Roll Back The Citizens United Ruling Are Likely To Face Attack From Both Sides