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one who votes

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Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez has announced that registered voters may now get their voters' IDs from the office of the election officer in their town or city where they are registered.
The notion that widespread voter registration fraud exists is a long-standing obsession among many Republicans, who for the last few decades have fought virtually every innovation to help citizens overcome bureaucratic and logistical obstacles to exercise their fundamental right to vote.
They would also provide observers--such as political parties and voting-advocacy groups--a means to test the accuracy of the vote tallying as it takes place, all without violating voter privacy, says computer scientist Ben Adida of Harvard University.
With most punch card systems, the voter is dependent on a book, under which the punch card is inserted to remove the correct chad.
In the area of voter outreach and education, we have a number of new initiatives.
But there's a lot more going on in the state, according to Alma Gonzalez, spokeswoman for the Voter Protection Coalition in Florida and special counsel to the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
Stonewall has joined several other voter mobilization groups--including the National Hip Hop Action Committee and the League of Pissed Off Voters--in the Young Voter Alliance, a group using its $1.
What was the voter turnout for both age groups in 2000?
When the scanners fail, election workers in some states may create duplicate ballots or enhance the originals to clarify voter intentions.
What Robertson expected to do was rally his supporters, distribute some pro-Bush campaign literature disguised as voter guides and maybe sway a few voters along the way.
VideoVoter's Voter Minutes on propositions 1A-1E, and 83-89 - Video
The League is expanding its traditional set of voter education tools--voters' guides, debates and voter registration--with the launch of VOTE411 in September.
In Steal This Vote, Gumbel defines "stealing" as a broad, malleable concept that even extends to strategies aimed at influencing voter beliefs and behavior.