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The Pulaski County Election Commission and County Clerk Larry Crane filed suit against the state Board of Election Commissioners on Wednesday, asserting that the board overstepped its authority when it established a policy on how county election commissions should handle absentee ballots under the state’s new voter-identification law.

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Front Section, Pages 1 on 03/13/2014

Print Headline: County panel sues state over absentee-ballots ID rules

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  • LevyRat
    March 13, 2014 at 9:19 a.m.

    LIBERAL TAX AND SPEND DEMOCRATS just can't stand it when all their dead friends are NOT allowed to vote ......... The basis for this lawsuit, the "opinion of the Secretary of State", not the opinion of the Attorney General, or some high priced lawyer, but the "Secretary of State Mark Martin". SPEND, SPEND, SPEND IS ALL YOU KNOW. YOU SHOULD HAVE TO PAY THESE LEGAL EXPENSES OUT OF YOUR POCKET NOT MINE!!!!!!!

    YOU TAX AND SPEND LIBERAL DEMOCRATS MAKE ME SICK!!!!

  • RBBrittain
    March 13, 2014 at 11:23 a.m.

    @LevyRat: The last I checked, "Secretary of State Mark Martin" is a REPUBLICAN; it's the Attorney General, Dustin McDaniel, who's a Democrat. Politics makes for strange bedfellows...

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