The National Voter Registration Act prohibits any state from purging names from the voting rolls within 90 days of an election.
The law doesn’t, however, preclude mass partisan challenges on or shortly before Election Day — known as voter caging — based on the same returned envelopes from state-sponsored mailers like the ones in Ohio and others going out across the country.
Here we go again.
If anyone from the Obama campaign is reading this, you had better start a drive to recruit poll-watchers. Call Bev Harris up at blackboxvoting.org. McCain cannot win the election, but he and his cronies can sure steal it, and it looks like they are already setting the stage to do just that.