Voted Down

April 27, 2011 at 9:01 AM (Uncategorized) (, , )

via my friend Bridgett and the NYT...and this will be tested in the courts. I wish it was illegal to cost people a workday to go and get this…my idea…in the last three months of 2011, and every ninety days thereafter, organize information sessions and offer to bring folks to them (as on election day) and explain in detail how to go about getting the correct documentation to ‘pass’ the voting hurdles on election day…as well as the lessened hours for early voting that are in many of these bills too.

O BTW, doesn’t this limit the Help America Vote Act? HAVA?  With less early voting and longer lines persons with disabilities will have a harder time as well..

In Kansas, Brownback says this will protect the “sanctity of the vote…”

Yeah, by excluding legitimate voters…

Sanctity, my @**.

Protecting the sanctity of the vote by narrowing the criteria…

The sanctity of democracy being narrowed, I guess.

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1 Comment

  1. Intersection of voters with disabilities « Midlife And Treachery said,

    […] in  April, the NYT did an article listing the parameters of the new requirements in general, and now AAPD is […]

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