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Voting and Elections

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AFP

A cheeseburger and democracy to go? Not quite, but politically active Californians have been able to cast election ballots from the comfort of their cars at a one-off drive-thru voting booth. The innovative drive-thru voting system was opened

Washington Post

Secretary of State and Attorney General who alleged in an application for a search warrant that ACORN had hired 59 felons through a work release program as canvassers and submitted nearly 300 apparently fraudulent voter registration cards as part of

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CameraFRAUD.com

Joe Brown, Independent candidate for Arizona state representative (LD 18 / Mesa), has released a flyer which indicates strong opposition to statewide photo enforcement.

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by Michael S. Rozeff for LewRockwell

Two questions come up quite often in e-mails I receive. One is why I do not vote. Another is what a person can do to change the system toward greater liberty, or what I expect to be the manner in which the system gets changed toward greater liberty.

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MichiganMessenger.com

The chairman of the Republican Party in Macomb County Michigan, a key swing county in a key swing state, is planning to use a list of foreclosed homes to block people from voting in the upcoming election as part of the state GOP’s effort to challenge

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Bradblog.com

By making Montgomery County your permanent residence, you have declared your independence from your parents and can no longer be claimed as a dependent on their income tax filings --- check with your tax professional.

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Scientific American

One of the reasons e-voting systems turned out to be such a failure is that the only people involved in checking these systems were the vendors, who wanted to sell their technology, and the local election officials, who were ill-equipped to understan

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The Libertarian Enterprise

40% vote Republican 40% vote Democrat 20% undecided are in the middle. Realistically, the Republican and Democrat voting blocks cancel each other out automatically. So if you're a registered Republican or Democrat, your vote is wasted.

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