Carol Platt Liebau

Saturday, October 23, 2004

A ruling for sanity in Ohio -- the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (the federal court just one step below the Supreme Court in the federal judicial system) has upheld the principle that provisional ballots must be cast in the right precinct in order to be counted. Let's hear it for a fair and orderly process, rather than the chaos that the Dems are seeking to inject into the process.

With this holding, Ohio joins Florida, Missouri and Colorado in holding that provisional ballots cast in the wrong precinct don't count.

Good news.


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