Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Over 600,000 New Voters have registered in Ohio....BUT Now the Repugs are attempting Cause Trouble HERE Again...Again...I will post more when I know it...I am also going to HQ tomorrow to start Poll Observer Training..I will post more on this when I learn more..in the mean time I will post links to articles on this....Please know that Obama does have lawyers in this state, I found this out on October 5th when I was having trouble with my Registration, so I am sure that Obama's people are working hard on this issue. Also Bill Clinton is coming here on Thursday, so I am sure he will raise a stink about it too.... So have hope, we will figure this out....NOBODY is going to steal 600,000 Votes AGAIN from OUR Candidate....
Snippet from AP article- click the title to read the whole thing...:::
"COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered Ohio's top elections official to set up a system by Friday to verify the eligibility of newly registered voters and make the information available to the state's 88 county election boards.
The full 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati upheld a lower court ruling that Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner must use other government records to check thousands of new voters for registration fraud.
A three-judge panel of the 6th Circuit had disagreed last week. The full court's ruling, in which nine of 16 judges concurred, overturns that decision.
Ohio Republicans had sued Brunner, a Democrat. Her spokesman had no immediate comment Tuesday.
About 666,000 Ohioans have registered to vote since January, with many doing so before the contested Democratic presidential primary election last March between Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton. The presidential election is Nov. 4.
Since the primary, Ohio Republicans have filed a series of challenges to the registrations and Brunner's administration of election rules. They have helped voters file lawsuits against local boards of election over registration rules, absentee ballot requests and a weeklong period that allowed registration and voting on the same day."