Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
I want to thank all of those who commented on my rant of yesterday. Your kind comments are very much appreciated. One email I received was especially meaningful to me. The subject line was “In loving memory - Michael, James, Andrew” and after a short bit of encouraging text, and the posters signature line, were three names: Michael Schwerner, James Chaney, and Andrew Goodman. The names were then followed by a little historical reminder of “Freedom Summer” and the part those three heroes played in the Civil Rights Movement.
I realized that we all, all of us, owe it to those three, and all like them, past and present, who have given so much for our democracy, to keep fighting the good fight...
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Staff working extreme hours to process registrations, oversee early voting, mail absentee ballots
- GA: Judge Rules to Uphold on Electronic Voting, Appeal Expected
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- MN: Opinion - Talking Points --- Tabulating the true cost of democracy
- MT: MT Dem Party drops suit
- OH: Cuyahoga County investigates fraudulent voter registrations linked to ACORN
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- RI: RI courts moving away from automated elections
- TX: Travis County - Travis officials brace for historic Election Day turnout
With record registration, county clerk expects 440,000 to vote.
- VT: To tabulate or not: Calais voters face switch to computerized ballot counter
- Washington DC: D.C. Report Finds E-Vote Company at Fault for Thousands of 'Phantom Votes' Recorded in Last Month's Primary
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