Guest Blogged by Ellen Theisen of VotersUnite.org
By Ellen Theisen on 6/3/2009, 4:22pm PT  

Co-Editors: Dave Klein and John Washburn

The DoJ's decision to strike down Georgia's voter verification process has sparked a lot of discussion. And by the way, the decision about Georgia's voter ID law has not been made yet.

Barbara Simons and Justin Moore wrote an excellent article about Internet voting and countered some of the misinformation in an earlier article written by the vendor who ran the Hawaii Neighborhood election.

In New York, some counties resist the 'pilot program' of using uncertified equipment in the elections this year; others decide to participate. Bo Lipari points out that it isn't a pilot program at all and recommends some steps the NY Board of Elections could take to turn it into one....

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