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Voter Action charges EAC with violating the federal Administrative Procedure Act

May 9 2010

EAC rushing – without appropriate time for public comment -- proposed requirements for pilot programs implementing Internet voting for military and overseas voters

 
Voter Action today delivered a letter to the US Election Assistance Commission charging that the federal agency is violating the federal Administrative Procedure Act by rushing – without appropriate time for public comment – proposed requirements for pilot programs implementing Internet voting for military and overseas voters in the 2010 election.  The letter and accompanying exhibits can be found here.