The GOP effort to suppress the vote has reared its head in Nevada.
Yesterday, Sue Lowden, the state Republican chair, sent
to Democratic Secretary of State Ross Miller, asking him to prevent some from voting, because their registrations are incomplete.
How may peope are we talking about? Jon Ralston of the Las Vegas Sun reports
: "I understand that 2,300 forms have been identified in urban counties."
Lowden argues that allowing these people to vote on the spot after fixing the errors violates a law that requires voter registration be closed three weeks before election day. She wants these voters to be made to cast provisional ballots -- which are often tied in legal challenges before being counted.
Miller's office has said it is working on an interpretation of the law.
Last month, Miller engineered
a high-profile raid on an ACORN office in Las Vegas after fraudulent registration forms were submitted, despite the fact that ACORN claimed it was cooperating with investigators.