Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Voter registrations and voter registration data bases have been a huge problem during the primary elections. There is no reason to believe that they will not be a huge problem in November. One of the only ways to ensure a voter is registered is for that voter to check their registration. We recommend every voter check now and then check again just before the voter’s state registration closes before November. We urge voters who find themselves purged from the registration roles to write a letter of complaint to their local Board of Supervisors, especially their own representative, with a CC to their SoS, the local newspaper Editor, and their congressional members. If those responsible for representing the citizenry start receiving such letters they might act to eliminate the cause. You can find out the date that your state is closing registration and who to check to ensure your registration is still good HERE: ...
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- National: Bev Harris predicts Election Day chaos, with trouble already brewing in Ohio
- FL: Palm Beach County - Now There Are Too Many Ballots
- MS: Miss. Supreme Court to consider ballot dispute
- MS: Hosemann ballot is overturned
- NY: New voting machines get little use during primary
- OH: Will your vote count?
- OH: Ohio Republicans Use Lawsuit To Fight for State's Crucial Votes
- OH: Ohio secretary of state prevents vote caging
- Washington DC: Got a ‘Verifiable Paper Trail’ for Those Phantom Voters?
- WI: Wisconsin attorney general demands checks of voter ID
- WI: Van Hollen's lawsuit will muck up election, voting officials say
- WI: Observers fear Van Hollen’s election lawsuit will cause problems
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