On October 27, the Florida Court of Appeals, 1st district, reversed the lower court’s decision in Cobb v Thurman. Polling places in Florida’s 16th US House district will have signs posted, saying that a vote for Mark Foley counts as … Continue reading
New York state uses a party-column or party-row type of ballot. The order of parties on November 7 will be: Republican, Democratic, Independence, Conservative, Working Families, Green, Libertarian, Rent is Too Damn High/Socialist Equality, and Socialist Workers. The old-fashioned lever … Continue reading
The Public Policy Institute released a poll on October 26, which shows: Republican 48%, Democratic 30%, Green 4%, Libertarian 2%, Constitution 2%, Peace & Freedom 1%, undecided 13%.
On October 26, the Alabama Supreme Court voted 5-4 to keep a lower court ruling in place, until the lawsuit Gooden v Worley has been fully litigated. The lower court ruling, issued August 23, 2006, lets ex-felons and felons register … Continue reading
The Washington State Grange plans to work to remove party labels from the ballot, in that state. First it will ask the legislature to pass that idea. If that doesn’t work, it will circulate an initiative to remove party labels … Continue reading
On October 26, a federal judge issued an injunction against Ohio’s photo ID requirement for absentee voters. There is a hearing on November 1 on whether to issue an injunction against photo-ID at the polls. One of the problems with … Continue reading