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View Diary: Eric Holder hints at national voting standards. We need a Lloyd Blankfein Standing-in-Line Law (98 comments)

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    in WA for siggies. If the sig doesn't pass the first time, as compared to other sigs of the same person at registration or in other state records, there is a second, more expert layer of comparison, and then the person is contacted to come in and provide  a more up to date sig, and their vote is counted. The ground rule at work is that a vote is to be counted unless some specfic and unfixable defect is present, and the process for fixing is surprisingly complete.

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