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Homeless advocates appeal judgment on Ohio ballot rules

Advocates for the homeless and the Ohio Democratic Party are appealing a federal court ruling that upheld rules for handling thousands of absentee and provisional ballots in the presidential battleground … Click to Continue »
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Federal court rules you should be able to take ballot selfies

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People share that they voted in all sorts of ways. Many polling locations hand out stickers so you can show off that you cast your ballot, people post statuses on … Click to Continue »

Snapchat Fans, Rejoice: Ballot Selfies Are Totally Constitutional In New Hampshire

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An appeals court on Wednesday ruled that a New Hampshire ban on snapping a selfie while casting a ballot violates the free speech rights of voters. In a unanimous decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit invalidated t...

“Homeless coalitions appeal to entire federal Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in challenge to Ohio’s perfect-­form requirements for absentee and provisional ballots”

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Release: Today, the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless, Columbus Coalition for the Homeless, joined by the Ohio Democratic Party, plaintiffs in a voting-°©??rights lawsuit  Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and Ohio Attorney...

Appeals court: New Hampshire 'ballot selfie' ban unconstitutional

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BOSTON, Sept 28 (Reuters) - A 2014 New Hampshire law prohibiting voters from taking selfies with their ballots on election day is an unconstitutional infringement on the right to free speech, a federal appeals court ruled on Wednesd...

Court Upholds Right to Take Ballot Selfie

US Politics / Liberal : Drudge Retort Weblog

Voters in New Hampshire can share photos of their ballots in this year's general election, thanks to a federal appeals court ruling many are heralding as a victory for free speech. The First U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston s...


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