All this and more in today's voting news below... (Note: You can view every article as one long page if you sign up as an Advocate Member, or higher).
AZ: When It Comes To Election Integrity In Arizona There's Nothing Like Having An
"Elephant in the Room" Or At Least A "Big Donkey"
It is important to examine the two-billion-dollar Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) ballot initiative investigation by the Attorney General for what it teaches us about election security in the future....
AZ: Ariz. bill on birth certificates set aside
AZ: Arizona Moves to Adopt Strange Lieutenant Governor Selection Rules
DE: Delware Expands Innovative Paperless Voter Registration Program...
The state of Delaware is taking another step towards fully paperless voter registration by expanding its "E-Signature" program to its Health and Social Services
FL: Lawmakers move to stymie redistricting reform by trying to slip an imposter on the ballothttp://www.news-journalonline.com/opinion/editorials/2010/04/28/lawmakers-move-to-stymie-redistricting-reform-by-trying-to-slip-an-imposter-on-the-ballot.html
IA: Sec. of State Mauro: Unveils web-based absentee ballot tracking feature
IN: Oh where, oh where do I vote?
This is the third time since I've been a resident of Indiana that my polling place has changed. No, I have not moved. I have lived in the same place since I got here.
KY: Leaders Hold Voter Fraud Conference in Frankfort
http://www.wkyt.com/wymtnews/headlines/92378234.html Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway and Secretary of State Trey Grayson may be on opposite sides of the political aisle, but both are coming together to help stop voter fraud in Kentucky.
NJ: Candidate's brother and sister-in-law, Paramus cop among 7 charged in Park Ridge voter fraud case
http://bit.ly/bNujbL The investigation determined that the seven violated the criminal election statute when they voted in Park Ridge, although they were no longer lived there.
NC: Board: Hege's Name to Remain on Ballot
A group filed a petition on Tuesday to get Hege's name removed from the ballot. The group said because he is a convicted felon and cannot carry a gun, he doesn't meet the constitutional requirements to seek re-election to the office of sheriff.
NC: No new information on $111,000 North Carolina lobbying fine
NM: ECOSYSTEM STUDY OF ELECTION ADMINISTRATION IN NEW MEXICO
OR: State orders Clackamas Counyt to reprint ballots
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