Holder Reccomends National Voting Standards

Filed in National by on December 12, 2012

Like having the wealthiest pay their fair share in taxes, this is wildly popular and probably impossible because …AWESOME BIPARTISANSHIP!!!

Attorney General Eric Holder said during a speech on Tuesday night at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library that it’s time to consider setting national standards for how elections should be handled.

“A recent study by the MacArthur Foundation found that nearly 90 percent of those who voted in last month’s election would support creating national voting standards,” Holder said, according to prepared remarks.

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  1. bamboozer says:

    Total agreement and long past due. Florida leads the pack but poorly run elections must end, as must the political games the Republicans are playing to make voting more difficult.

  2. puck says:

    It’s a thorny issue, because the Constitution give states the right to run their own elections. The Supreme Court has found for voting as a civil right. So basically any Federal law would have to be based on civil rights. I guess it’s possible but I’m not sure how to go about it.

  3. jason330 says:

    “It’s a thorny issue, because the Constitution give states the right to run their own elections.”

    The same states rights argument was raised when the states were being coerced to raising the drinking age to 21. So, use that example and coerce states into meeting national voting standards.

  4. puck says:

    That is Chris Coons’s FAST Voting Act.

  5. puck says:

    By the way, it’s no longer enough for Coons to be bipartisan. Now he is bipartisan AND bicameral. What will he do to top that – bisexual?

  6. socialistic ben says:

    there is a noted lack of Carper on that letter.

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