Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
According to today’s ‘Featured’ article: With record voter turnout expected at the polls this November, the Election Protection coalition, which includes the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and Rock the Vote say they have prepared the largest and most comprehensive election watch effort ever undertaken.
"We’re confident that we can help millions of Americans overcome obstacles to make sure their votes count," said Jonah Goldman, director of the National Campaign for Fair Elections, part of the Lawyers’ Committee.
The primary tool will be a toll-free phone number, 1-866-OUR-VOTE (and its Spanish counterpart 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA), a nonpartisan confidential voter services hotline. ...
- Featured - National: Nation's Largest Election Protection Coalition Launches Hotline, Website
- National: GAO report: e-voting vendors causing problems for states
- National: 2008 election results to be routed to private middlemen in Illinois, Colorado & Kentucky
- National: MIT E-Voting Project To Analyze Experience Of Voters in Election
- National: Counting On Computers To Count The Votes
- National: Democrats Guard Against GOP Voter Intimidation
- National: Murder, Spies & Voting Lies: The Clint Curtis Story
- National: Election panel: Odds of e-voting fraud low
But one dissenting member says voting machines make fraud more likely.
- National: Protecting The Vote
- National: Security Expert Warns Of Rigged Election
- CA: Los Angeles County Overseas and Military Voters Instructed to Use Sample Ballots as Official Ballots - Overseas Vote Foundation Offers Back-up “Vote-Print-Mail” Ballot
- CA: Group accused of voter fraud in San Bernardino County also gets trouble in Ventura County
- CT: Downsizing Newspaper Recommends Downsizing Registrars
- FL: Hillsborough County - Critics say Hillsborough elections chief using education fliers to campaign
- FL: Volusia County - McFall has 'no comment' for Beacon reporter who donated to Pynchon campaign
- MN: Networks sue Minnesota over exit poll limits
Several major news organizations sued the State of Minnesota for its law restricting pollsters access to voting places.
- OH: Voting for students
- OH: Voting begins today in Ohio
- OH: Will Mike Connell Avoid Testifying on Cyber Rigging Until after the 2008 Election?
- OH: GOP Consultant Subpoenaed in Case Alleging Tampering with 2004 Election
- OH: Cuyahoga County voting-equipment check continues after delayed start
- PA: Bucks County - Election director points finger
- TX: San Patricio County - San Patricio OKs polling compromise
Early voting sites now scheduled for longer, later
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