Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Over a week ago Sequoia issued a press release and a blog item that were misleading in their content. In both cases the headline intimated, amongst other things, that Princeton Professor Andrew Appel was ordered by a New Jersey judge to apologize to Sequoia for supposed violations of a court order. In our featured article the Professor responds to the misleading statements made by Sequoia....
- Featured - NJ: Exclusive: Princeton Prof Responds to Misleading Attacks from E-Vote Company Rep
- National: Slot machines vs. e-voting machines
- CA: Humboldt County - Federal election commission eyes Humboldt
- IN: Editorial - Let all counties have the option of voting centers
It can save money on elections and make it easier for voters.
- MN: How long will Minnesota be a senator short?
The state appears on course to be shorthanded when the Senate convenes in January.
- MN: Next Senate hurdle is count of 1,350 absentee ballots
Campaigns to argue about how many of the ballots will be opened and counted. Expert expects more delays.
- MN: Could Senate seat Franken before he's certified as winner?
- MS: Break in state elections allows for voting law study
- NJ: Exclusive: Sequoia Misleads In Press Release
- SC: Is double voting a problem?
No one's sure, but officials might try to find out
- TX: Talk of new elections system surfaces in Harris County
Debate centers on a proposal to create voting office
- VA: Va. lawmakers eye early voting
Hope to reduce long lines at polls, redefine electioneering
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