Friday, May 26, 2006

Now playing on Huff Post: Glenn on Sec'y State

A couple of posts bacl, I plugged Glenn Lambert's post on the California Secretary of State race the other day. It's been picked up by the Huffington Post. At stake in the race is protection of California voter's rights (against frivolous technical challenges to registration, against porous Diebold voting machines, etc.) Glenn has covered the issue well in his post. It's good to see it finding a broader audience. Cali folks, if you haven't read Glenn's post yet, please do. And please vote for Debra Bowen in the primary on June 6.


Anonymous said...

thanks for getting this excellent post a wider audience.

Anonymous said...

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