VA military voting rights and one obscure vote by Creigh Deeds
On October 15, 2009, U.S. District Court Judge Richard L. Williams ruled that Virginia violated the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act by failing to mail over 2000 absentee
Virginia argues that they don’t need to send out military absentee ballots in time to vote
Last year, we covered some of the problems in the counting of military absentee ballots in Virginia, as did others. This problem has not gone away. It has just moved. The day
NY-20: Don’t forget the military. The state board of election did
It looks like Jim Tedisco may have pulled off the victory in NY-20 after all. And there is good reason to think that the remaining absentee ballots should favor Tedisco.
Rokey is all alone with the military ballots he won’t count
Today, the Fairfax Times reports that Rokey Suleman still is not counting those military ballots we have been telling you about:”It kills me to not count those votes,” Suleman said.
Ask Rokey Suleman to count the votes of American soldiers
Meet Fairfax Co. Registrar Rokey Suleman. He has decided to reject absentee ballots from American soldiers stationed overseas. In fact, some of the ballots he’s not counting are those from