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'Daily Voting News' For June 3, 2009

'Daily Voting News' For June 3, 2009


Guest blogged by Ellen Theisen, Dave Klein, and John Washburn

Today, we introduce a new word -- 'dagdag-bawas'. For the definition, see: LINK...

  • National: ACORN says it worked to reveal voter registration fraud LINK
  • National: Allow procrastinators to vote, too LINK
  • National: EAC Will Award Grants to Recruit the Next Generation of Poll Workers LINK
  • National: Voting system comments welcome LINK
  • Georgia: Feds spike voter citizenship checks in Georgia LINK
  • Minnesota: Coleman Attorney: We Tried To Put In Evidence -- And Couldn't LINK
  • Minnesota: No More Minnesotas - Part 1 LINK
  • Minnesota: No More Minnesotas - Part 2 LINK
    (Of all the conclusions that have been drawn from the MN experience, here's a new one.)
  • Montana: State asks for audit of federal election money LINK
  • New Jersey: Fear of corruption _ again _ in mayoral race in NJ LINK
  • Oklahoma: Votes cast for Oklahomans after deaths, OK LINK
  • Philippines: Losing bidder warns of 'electronic dagdag-bawas' LINK
    (**first ever report of potential "dagdag-bawas"***)
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    Ellen Theisen, Director and Managing Editor
    Dave Klein, Editor
    John Washburn, Editor

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