Who stole the election?

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October 11, 2011
The American Prospect
by Patrick Caldwell  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"When Charles Webster was a member of the Maine House during the 1980s and 1990s, he and his Republican colleagues routinely proposed bills that would create restrictive voting laws—or, as Webster sees it, legislation to tamp down on the rampant threat of voter fraud. ... Webster says, 'We have one of the most loosey-goosey, lax election laws in the country.' Others would call Maine’s voting laws a striking success." (10/11/11)



  • The one item that is usually ignored by articles like this seems central to me. What sort of things ought to be subject to any vote and why?

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