By John Gideon on 3/11/2008, 8:00pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

Another good reason that a mail-in primary do-over cannot happen in Florida? It is against the law. State law only allows referendums to be on a mail ballots and doesn’t allow for candidates to be named on ballots via stamp and carrier. An executive order or a law change would be needed to allow the presidential primary to be recast.

On top of today’s Mississippi primary we also had a special election for Indiana’s 7th CD and municipal elections in Florida.

Today the Iowa senate approved a bill (47-1) that will change the state to a paper ballot and op-scan state from one that had a mix of optical-scan and DRE counties. The bill now goes to the House where it is expected to pass. ...

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