Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
For all of you paraskevidekatriaphobiacs or triskaidekaphobiacs this may not have been a very good day. For all the rest, hope you had a Happy Friday the 13th.
The chances of Norm Coleman taking back his lead over Al Franken in the Minnesota Senatorial race have taken a long step back today with a ruling from the recount trial judge that lowers the number of rejected absentee ballots that can be recounted. ...
- Featured - MN: Senate recount trial judges: No widespread problem
- CA: Riverside County, CA Refusing to Bill E-Voting Vendor for Cost of Manual Tally
- CA: Riverside County - State, county election officials differ on reimbursement from machine vendors
- CO: Proposal: Ax electronic voting after 2013
- CO: Coffman sues ethics panel to get complaint dismissed
- CO: Coffman asks judge to stop ethics hearing
- FL: Hillsborough County - FBI Investigating Former Election Chief Johnson's Spending
- MN: Sec of St Mark Ritchie on the right track, wants election reform
- MN: Photo ID plan gets rejected
- MN: House committee kills voter ID proposal
- MN: Opinion - Minnesota Law and Federal Equal Protection
- MN: Minnesota Judges Expected to Rule Monday on Ballot Parameters
- MS: Editorial - Photo ID
- MS: Compromise voter ID bill passes House, faces uncertain future
- NY: The League of Women Voters’ voting system standards adopted in 2006 were for electronic systems, and never were intended to apply to non-electronic systems such as lever machines.
- TN: Voting paper-trail requirement may not occur
- UT: Bill Requires Identification to Vote
- Ireland - Voting machine contracts 'to last 25 years'
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