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Author: Kathy Dopp
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Subject: [uscv-voting_activists] Fwd: NCSL's October 20, 2011 LAB--election action from the states
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From: The Canvass <thecanvass@???>
Date: Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 11:48 AM
Subject: NCSL's October 20, 2011 LAB--election action from the states
To: Kathy Dopp <Kathy.dopp@???>


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[image: Legislative Action
Bulletin]<http://www.ncsl.org/default.aspx?tabid=23736>

Click on the link below to view the sixteenth issue of NCSL's Legislative
Action Bulletin, an update on state election legislation from NCSL's *The
Canvass*.

*Oct. 20, 2011 LAB <http://www.ncsl.org/default.aspx?tabid=23736>* or its pdf
version<http://www.ncsl.org/documents/legismgt/elect/October_20_2011_LAB.pdf>

The October 20, 2011 LAB features a summary of legislative action on
elections in the 2011 session in California, and a quick look at efforts to
move from the winner-take-all model for allocating presidential electors to
the district system. As always, data on the number and status of election
bills nationwide is included, as well as a report on which legislatures are
in session.

Legislative Action Bulletins
<http://www.ncsl.org/default.aspx?tabid=18631>Legislative Action
Bulletins (LABs) are companion publications offered by
*The Canvass*, NCSL's elections newsletter. Published on a regular basis
and distributed via email, LABs offer a brief, timely snapshot of what state
legislatures have been up to in the arena of elections. Each issue
includes statistics on the status of election bills in the current
legislative session, and brief summaries of items of interest, including
links to newly enacted election legislation. Current and back issues can be
found on NCSL's website <http://www.ncsl.org/default.aspx?tabid=18631>.

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Charitable Trusts.
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Kathy Dopp
http://electionmathematics.org
Town of Colonie, NY 12304
"One of the best ways to keep any conversation civil is to support the
discussion with true facts."
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Fundamentals of Verifiable Elections
http://kathydopp.com/wordpress/?p=174

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