Looks like in-person voting may linger longer

So says the Times. Heartening news for us fans of in-person voting.

3 Replies to "Looks like in-person voting may linger longer"

  • Frank January 3, 2008 (8:03 am)


    Now all we need to do is convince King County, and the Sec of State, Sam Reed to start enforcing the voter registration laws and pass a law REQUIRING PROOF of ID and CITIZENSHIP to vote.

  • Pete January 3, 2008 (11:31 am)

    What we really need to do is to encourage people simply to vote. Doesn’t matter if it is in person or by mail or on the internet….simply put people need to be involved in the process of electing our leaders.

  • Frank January 3, 2008 (1:09 pm)

    I agree Pete, as long as there are laws that are enforced to make sure they aren’t voting more than once, they are eligible to vote and the are US Citizens.
    The voting percentage in the US is horrible. Even when 2004 was a record year of voters it was still well below 50% of eligible voters. Compare that to the 70%+ of eligible Iraqi voters that in their past elections!since being liberated from Saddam!!

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