Guest Blogged by Ellen Theisen of VotersUnite.org
We still have Georgia on our mind. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the NAACP lawsuit, filed in 2005, against Georgia's photo voter ID law (not to be confused with the recently passed Georgia law requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote, nor the Georgia database matching procedures recently struck down by the DoJ, nor the challenge currently before the Supreme Court to Section 5 of the National Voting Rights Act)....
- CO: Practical solutions for Colorado elections
- DC: Voting Machine Company Agrees to Hand Over Source Code
- GA: Georgia Voter I.D
http://moritzlaw.osu.edu...igation/common-cause.php (Link to case details)
http://moritzlaw.osu.edu...lups-Petition-4-1-09.pdf (Link to Original Petition]
- GA: Voting law does not target minorities
- NJ: Election overshadows city issues
- OK: It ain't broke...so why turn elections into a $2 bill?
- TN: Civic Organizations Urge Lawmakers to Follow Through on Trustworthy Voting Systems
- TN: Paper Ballots Mean More Dollars in Your Pocket
- TX: Voting in South Texas, voting south of the tracks
- Brussels: Security and risk you should care about
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