Count My Vote: A Citizen's Guide to Voting
Count My Vote is a hands-on voter's guide to navigating every possible voting situation one might encounter in the upcoming elections. The extended primary and caucus season in early 2008 has shown that in state after state, numerous problems face voters -- problems that may be the beginning of a larger issue poised to surface on November 4, 2008. Count My Vote prepares the voting public to cast their ballots with confidence. Voters will learn how to deal with new voting technology and will get tips on avoiding problems at the polls in all 50 states. The guide analyzes reports by activists, public interest lawyers, and voter demographics across America, and provides suggestions on what voters should be aware of before heading to the polls. Count My Vote also offers a state-by-state description of voting procedures and deadlines and lists important resources.
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Foreword by Don Hazen
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