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November 20, 2008 Lizard People FTW!
November 6, 2008 Voter Turnout Gurus Offer Projections
November 4, 2008 Shaking Hands, Scratching Backs
November 4, 2008 No, You Cannot Vote Tomorrow
November 4, 2008 Phoenix Voting Snapshot
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November 4, 2008 New Hampshire Monitoring Issues
November 4, 2008 Pennsylvania -- Problems Becoming Clearer
November 4, 2008 Florida: No Hanging, Dimpled or Pregnant Chads This Year
November 4, 2008 Michigan Dems Prepare For 'Knock And Drag' Phase
November 4, 2008 Ohio Double Bubble Problem
November 4, 2008 Hours Extended At One NC Precinct
November 4, 2008 NPR's Larry Abramson reports lines up to five -- count 'em 5 -- hours long in St. Louis County, MO. That's as of 1 p.m. Said to be the fault of high turnout, low preparation.
November 4, 2008 Today's voting day and so maybe you're taking the afternoon off from work. In case you'd like to make new friends in your (potentially) long wait at the polls, here are some conversation-starters:
November 4, 2008 Election Protection -- the alliance of legal and issue groups monitoring election problems -- just held its first of three press briefings today, and two problem spots emerged.
November 4, 2008 Two of them.
November 3, 2008 Help NPR Identify Voting Problems
October 30, 2008 Voting Early
October 17, 2008 ACORN: Awash In Legal Filings
October 17, 2008 SCOTUS Backs OH Secretary Of State In Registration Dispute
October 16, 2008 Things Are Getting Testy in Ohio
October 15, 2008 The GOP and the Secretary of State's Office Battle Over New Voters
October 15, 2008 Count 'em: 4 conference calls
October 10, 2008 Potato, Po-tah-to...Terrorist
October 8, 2008 Montana GOP Drops Voter Challenges
October 3, 2008 Voter Challenges From Montana GOP
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