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'Daily Voting News' for June 16, 2009

'Daily Voting News' for June 16, 2009


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

Yesterday's deluge of articles about Iran turned into an avalanche today. To focus strictly on election-integrity related articles, we cut out many excellent articles about the political ramifications of this historic event....

  • National: Russian Roulette...Without the Certainty LINK
  • Florida: Candidate left off ballot wants campaign costs repaid LINK
  • Florida: Judicial candidate seeks $65,000 in sanctions against elections supervisor LINK
    Archived at: LINK
  • Kansas: Effort to recall KC mayor appears over because of legal fees LINK
  • North Carolina: Black election glitch shows the pitfalls of split precincts Jim ... LINK
  • New York: New York's New Plan for Deploying Optical Scanners Is Dependent on Historically Undependable Vendors and Proper Functioning of Their Historically Defective Equipment LINK
  • Ohio: Proposed election changes could save county money LINK
  • Iran: The speed of Iran's presidential vote count and lack of detailed data fuel fraud suspicions LINK
  • Iran: Recount in Iran? LINK
  • Iran: Four Scenarios for the Vote Recount LINK
  • Iran: Iran's Lesson: Even in a Tainted Election, Voting Still Matters LINK
  • Iran: Note on the presidential election in Iran, June 2009 LINK
    (Statistical analysis by Walter R. Mebane, Jr.)
  • Iran: Twitter Postpones Maintenance as Iran Furor Builds LINK
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    Ellen Theisen, Director and Managing Editor
    Dave Klein, Editor
    John Washburn, Editor

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