Vote problems? Here's a hotline | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Vote problems? Here's a hotline

Posted By on Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 9:36 AM

The ACLU and its partners have a vote protection hotline. Dial 1-866-687-8683.

Secretary of State Mark Martin's unconstitutional advice on requiring a photo ID is posted in multiple locations around the state, which could explain multiple reports of widespread harassment of people who have not produced a photo ID. If you haven't voted, it's not too late to vote for competence in the secretary of state's office by voting for Susan Inman.

Associate Justice Donald Corbin was among those put out a little at the polls today when his ID was requested, as the law allows workers to do. He informed the worker it was his constitutional right NOT to produce it and he spoke with the authority of the justice who wrote the opinion on the topic.

Vote machines reportedly not registering all votes in Huttig, down in Union County, I also hear.


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