There have been estimates of as high as 1.4 million foreclosures in this country in recent months. That represents an estimated 900,000 or more voters who have been moved from their residence. That’s 900,000 new voter registrations if they all re-register to vote from their new residence. Or, that’s hundreds of thousands of voters who will not bother to re-register and who will be stopped from voting or challenged when they do get to the polls. Every registered voter needs to check to ensure their registration is up to date and then do it again later this year before their state voter registration deadline. Make sure you are not scrubbed from the rolls and don’t know it until you go to vote on election day....
- IL: Kane County - Vote centers could change 'politics as usual'
- IN: Johnson County - Officials to discuss new voting machines
- NY: Not Ready for Prime Time
Nassau County Refuses to Accept More Failing Systems
- OH: Editorial - Brunner needs to earn trust of voters in Ohio
- OH: Ohio Elections – Past and Future – Spawn Speculation, Special Concern
- OH: Foreclosed-on voters using old addresses could snag election
- SC: Horry County on 'Election Protection Watch List'
- TX: Harris County - LSCS lawsuit asks for new election
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