Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
The Arizona Attorney General’s office has now stepped in and “informally” asked the court to allow the disputed ballots from the ’06 Pima County Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) election to be released to them. The state’s Treasurer presently has authority over the ballots but she is not sure whether to destroy them or keep them in storage. The hope is that they be released to the AG and then the AG count the ballots in an investigation to see if, in fact, there was fraud committed in that election. ...
- AZ: Pima County - State seeks ballots from '06 RTA election
- AZ: Ariz. AG asks for Pima County's transportation election ballots
- AZ: No One Tolerates Stolen Elections ...Except Those Who Profit from Them.
- CA: Humboldt County - State considers decertifying election software
- CO: An open letter to members of the Election Reform Commission
- FL: Mayor Jack McDonald wins Palm Beach runoff recount — by one vote
- MS: State senator wants to put voter ID issue to a vote
- NY: Why Keep the Lever Voting Machines?
- OK: Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry will try again to boost early voting
- OK: Voter ID will keep elections honest
- OK: Bills seek identification for Oklahoma voters at the polls
- PA: Burlington County - Paper votes spark 'hassle'
- UT: Editorial - What voter fraud?
Bills based on unfounded fears
- WA: Washington Bill for Internet Voting for Overseas Voters Advances
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