By John Gideon on 9/16/2007, 8:00pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

It seems to be about time that I explain the loose rules that I use in selecting what goes into DVN and what stays out. First, though I have a position with regard to legislation I am very careful to not let my position cloud my decision as to whether an article on legislation is posted or not. I have posted just as many articles that are pro-legislation as I have that are anti-some aspects of that legislation. I will not post what is very apparently misinformation no matter on which side of the issue the article falls. I know the subscribers of DVN come from all sides of the issue so I try to cater to them all. I post news articles and blogs that I get from searches of the net. I don’t post articles that are older than a few days. I don’t post LTTEs. I don’t post data bases or .pdfs that are not posted somewhere. Ultimately the disclaimer at the bottom of the list of articles says it all.

And with that out of the way, the weekend's notable voting news stories are linked below...

  • NAtional: Voting bill orders paper trail
    'Unfunded Mandate’ Upsets Officials LINK
  • NAtional: The House of Representatives could vote as early as this week on an important bill that would help restore confidence in our election system. LINK
  • AZ: Pima County - No sign of wrongdoing found in RTA vote
    But probe notes security flaws in electronic system LINK
  • AZ: Pima County - Probe finds flaws in Pima elections system LINK
  • MN: Townships get reprieve on state election mandate LINK
  • OH: Statement of Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner LINK
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