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U.S. Senator Chris Coons Introduces Bill to Ease Long Lines at Polling Places

Published on November 16, 2012, by in General.

On November 15, U.S. Senator Chris Coons (D-Delaware) introduced S3635, which provides incentives to states to solve the problem that in many places, voters had to stand in line at the polls for hours. See this Roll Call story. The text of the bill is not yet posted to the web page for the Library of Congress. Thanks to Rick Hasen for the link.

3 Responses

  1. TruFoe

    Could be a good idea…for those state legislatures whose majority party and governors aren’t conspiring to create long lines in districts “unfriendly” to their interests.

    You know…like goddamned, unpatriotic, democracy-hating Republicans.

  2. Demo Rep

    One sentence – All elections shall be done using all snail mail paper ballots.

    Oregon survives.

    Much too difficult for the EVIL robot party hacks in their EVIL pack/crack gerrymander areas.

  3. Jim Riley

    Why did the long lines happen?

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