Guest Blogged by Ellen Theisen of VotersUnite.org
On a day in which celebrity deaths will capture headlines, we mourn the loss of FL Elections Supervisor, Phyllis Busansky, and honor her lifetime of public service as "an election official with integrity."
No it's not a typo, ACORN brought a lawsuit and won....
- AL: Birmingham elections set for August 25 | Birmingham Weekly
- CA: County May Use Ranked-Choice Voting in 2010 Elections
- CA: Secretary of State Debra Bowen Announces Charges Filed Against Orange County Man for Los Angeles Election Fraud
- CA: Latino-rights advocate charged with voter fraud
- FL: Supervisor of Elections Phyllis Busansky dies at 72, after a lifetime of public service
- FL: Applicants line up for job, which Gov. Crist will fill
- FL: Naming successor to Busansky an opportunity, risk for Crist
- MN: Help Mpls. Prepare For Ranked Choice Voting
- MO: Missouri settles voter registration lawsuit filed by ACORN
- MO: Mo. agency will reform itself to help clients vote
- NC: The Performance of Optical Scanners and DREs in North Carolina’s 2008 General Election
- NJ: Lebanon Mayor, Wife Voted Twice In Primary
- NY: Uncertified machines do not serve voters
- TX: When is a typo like a veto? When it thwarts a vote
- Afghanistan: Afghanistan's Election Challenges
- Iran: $10,000 Reward: Show How the Iranian Election Was "Stolen"
- Iran: Crunching the numbers
- Philippines: Lack of machines slows down voter registration
“A CITY Commission on Election (Comelec) officer is alarmed over the lack of biometric machines to accommodate the deluge of new registrants.”
- Philippines: Manual polls loom with contract delay
- Sweden: Irregularities reported in Sweden's EU vote
- Sweden: Voting Irregularities in Swedish EU Election Negatively Impacted Pirate Party?
"To encourage citizen ownership of transparent, participatory democracy." The Creekside Declaration. March 22, 2008
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