Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Again a majority of the election news is coming from Minnesota. Both the Franken and Coleman camps are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in court and the tax payers are surely footing the bill for a large part of the cost. Eventually the tax payers are going to get tired of this circus and demand it stop. My guess is that this will now happen sooner rather than later. But, that’s just my thought. I may be wrong....
- National: State and County Elections Offices Struggle with Economic Crisis
- National: New Version of Holt's Election Reform Bill Would Institutionalize Touch-Screen Voting, Secret Software
- MN: Coleman team puts testimonies on fast track in Senate election case
- MN: When Will Minnesota Have Two Senators?
- MN: Coleman team cites ruling in challenge to recount tally
A campaign spokesman said election officials were inconsistent in verifying whether absentee-ballot witnesses were registered to vote.
- MN: U.S. Senate trial: Cass County election official criticizes campaigns
- MN: Coleman Flip-Flops Yet Again on Counting Rejected Absentee Ballots
- MN: Coleman Lawyer: Maybe The Franken-Voter Was Mentally Disabled?
- MN: Coleman looking to throw out Franken votes
- MN: Accusations And Recriminations Fly In Arguments On Coleman Motion
- MO: Bill Would Allow Online Military Voting
- MS: Elections panel filled, ready for city races
- NM: New GOP voter ID measure tabled in the Legislature
- OH: Lucas County - Stainbrook slams elections board
Party chair protests GOP employee's job loss
- PA: Berks election board says early voting would be costly
The issue is discussed by the Berks panel in response to a proposal by a state senator to allow any voter to use an absentee ballot.
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