Monday, October 18, 2004


More Trouble in Florida?

According to the Associated Press, the Florida Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that people who cast provisional ballots at the wrong precinct are not allowed to have their votes counted.

Under Florida law, if voters show up at a polling place but officials there have no record they are registered, they are given provisional ballots. Those ballots are held until officials determine if the voters were entitled to vote at that precinct and had not already cast ballots.

Naturally, liberals are up in arms. Several labor unions have launched a suit, saying the ruling disenfranchises voters.


It's always racism and disenfranchisement when election officials try to make sure that only citizens who are not felons and who have not already voted, or who are not dead, do not vote.

It's looking real ugly.


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