Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
The good folks in Minnesota are still recounting votes in the Senate race. There will be a lot of heated discussion over how voter intent is decided by officials and my guess is that the courts are going to have to decide the winner and loser.
Tuesday is the runoff election for Senator from Georgia. They will be using the same Diebold voting system that is in question from the 2002 election. ...
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- CA: Santa Clara County - Recount demand for Measure B: BART tax is headed to court
- CO: 20 up to the challenge of a tough job
Former secretaries of state note the post includes long hours, lots of critics and far more than elections.
- GA: Runoff elections Tuesday
- MN: Disputed ballots: Judge for yourself
You can join in the puzzling over scribbles and ovals and arrows.
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- OH: Lucas County - Prediction of massive turnout fell a bit short
- OH: Richland County - Voting system will be panned
- OR: Spot checks show Oregon vote tally accurate
- VA: Some confusion over motor-voter
- VA: Electronic voting’s reign far from over
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