Albany's Latest Embarrassing Delay
January 24th, 2006

An editorial in the New York Times Dead Last In Voting Reform, more or less repeats the points made in an earlier post in Gotham Gazettes new blog, Albany Matters: “Here we are, more than five years after the disastrous presidential vote in 2000 prompted Congress to pass the Help America Vote Act. That powerful law provides each state with lots of money to revamp its old voting systems. And so far, every state except New York has gotten the job started. New York is so far behind the rest of the country that the Justice Department has threatened to sue. The state needs to end this embarrassing delay.

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