Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Today finds what amounts to three days worth of opinions, columns and editorials. Some voters in Georgia are using their state mandated voter ID cards for more than just voting. It seems that it has become a free piece of identification for cashing checks and some voters have more than one of the cards. Over half of the counties in Utah have passed resolutions against HR-811. They incorrectly state that the bill will cost the counties millions. In response to this at least one local activist incorrectly states that passage of HR-811 will save the county money by it’s use of a paper-based voting system. Nothing in the bill will force the county to use anything but voting machines with a different voter verified paper record printer. ...
Our view: Integrity of election results, voters' trust in system are both at stake LINK
Some receiving several cards LINK
Voter activists had fought changes to e-voting software escrow laws LINK
County Clerk Lori Bohannon says early shut down resulted in snag LINK
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