August 13, 2010

J. CHRISTIAN ADAMS: At DOJ, Military Voting Rights Hang in the Balance. “Twelve states want waivers from having to send ballots to overseas military on time. Call the Pentagon and the DOJ today, and demand they say no. . . . The DOJ would never adopt such an equivocal approach to protecting the voting rights of a racial minority.”

UPDATE: Reader Richard Aubrey emails:

You will probably not be surprised to hear that, when I called DOJ on this, THIS MORNING, the lady who answered the phone said she couldn’t get me an answer because it was Friday and most of the folks were gone.

Did I point out that it was Friday MORNING?

The vigilant guardians of justice.

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