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Re: [dfa-23] HR3906 and HR281

From: Jesse T.
Sent on: Monday, April 7, 2008 6:12 PM
Good points on States' rights and government interference Jeff.

Regards,

Jesse.


Quoting jeff kugel <[address removed]>:

> According to the small snippet in the email,  HR3906 provides financial
> incentives for states and jurisdictions  to conduct audits and have paper
> ballots.  I can not support this legislation and I will voice my opposition
> to the contacts listed in the email.  What this bill says to me is that the
> federal government will punish those that already have worked to secure
> paper ballots and audits by taking their money and giving it to those who
> have not worked for those things.  If the people of these states and
> jurisdictions want paper ballots and audits then they should get together
> and work for them. I don't consider this to be federal business.
>
> HR281 is another example of the federal government interfering in state
> issues.  If the people in those states want mail ballots they should demand
> them.  Allowing the fed more and more interference with state voting laws is
>   dangerous, encourages apathy, and is a recipe for disaster in the long
> run.
> I encourage everyone to oppose both of these bills.
>
> Jeff
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