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'Daily Voting News' For November 20, 2008

'Daily Voting News' For November 20, 2008

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

For those of you who are closely watching the Minnesota senatorial recount there is a live blog that is dedicated to reports from the ground in the state. You can go here and keep up-to-date....

  • CO: Mesa County Election's Division double checks their work to make results official LINK
  • Florida: Opinion - Remember 'voter fraud'? Scandal was Mickey Mouse LINK
  • Kentucky: Kenton County - Secretary says state will look into poll problems LINK
  • Minnesota: Senate recount afternoon update LINK
  • Minnesota: Challenged ballots: You be the judge LINK
  • Minnesota: One challenge headed to the state so far in Plymouth LINK
  • Minnesota: Judge Rules Franken Can Have Access to Absentee Ballot Voter List LINK
  • Minnesota: Minnesota's Senate recount 15 percent complete; 221 ballots challenged LINK
  • Minnesota: One challenge headed to the state so far in Plymouth LINK
  • Minnesota: St Louis County - Tighter and tighter: Franken's recount deficit narrows to 168 LINK
  • Minnesota: St Louis County - Recount: Franken gains 40, Coleman 12 in St. Louis County LINK
  • Minnesota: Sparks fly in Swift County recount LINK
  • New York: Westchester County - Westchester working out glitches with new electronic voting machines LINK
  • Ohio: Lorain County - Election board reports three fraud cases LINK
  • Virginia: Pittsylvania County - Electoral board says mistake didn't affect treasurer's election LINK

  • **"Daily Voting News" is meant as a comprehensive listing of reports each day concerning issues related to election and voting news around the country regardless of quality or political slant. Therefore, items listed in "Daily Voting News" may not reflect the opinions of VotersUnite.Org or Scoop.**


    John Gideon
    Co-Executive Director

    "To encourage citizen ownership of transparent, participatory
    democracy." The Creekside Declaration March 22, 2008

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