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Republican vote-challenge teams banned in Ohio

by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / November 1, 2004 2:10 AM PST
Judges Bar Party Challengers at Ohio Polls.
>> Dlott ruled on a lawsuit by a black Cincinnati couple who said Republican plans to deploy challengers to largely black precincts in Hamilton County was meant to intimidate and block black voters.

Adams ruled in a suit by the Summit County Democratic Party, which claimed the law allowing registration challenges is unconstitutional because it does not give a disqualified voter a chance to appeal in time to cast a ballot.<<
Wait four more years to vote for President? What could possibly be wrong with THAT idea, right?

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It worked last time in Florida, why not in the whole US.
by Ziks511 / November 1, 2004 4:47 AM PST

this time? Oh, but I forgot, according to the majority here it didn't happen last election. Or that's what they told me when I suggested it had been in all the news reports.

Rob Boyter

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Appeals Court overturns lower court and ALLOWS
by Mac McMullen / November 1, 2004 9:56 AM PST

I doubt this has had time to get posted anywhere
on the www yet. The District Appeals Court overturned
two lower courts and permitted the teams to do their
thing in the polling places. The only remaining appeal
is to the Supreme Court, and it is highly unlikely that
can/will happen before polls open.

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