Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
According to "Roll Call", "After rewriting rules for lobbyists, increasing the federal minimum wage and moving on other election-year promises, senior Democratic Members in both chambers said Friday that within weeks they will begin scrutinizing electronic voting equipment and, for now, shelve other election-related proposals such as overhauls of 527s and electronic financial disclosure in the Senate. "The first thing is going to be elections," Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), chairwoman of the Senate Rules and Administration Committee, told a group of reporters Friday. "We're going into 2008 with [an electronic voting system] that is problematic." ...
KS: Proposal would require photo I.D. to vote LINK
KS: Senator to propose voter ID bill
People would need photo ID before registering, voting LINK
KY: Campbell County - Campbell poll workers may get ax over new machines LINK
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