CEIMN in the News

Detroit Lakes: Letter: Elections amendment will be costly in many ways

May 11, 2012

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Amid all the debate around the seriously flawed elections amendment, a critical issue has been ignored: the significant costs to the state of Minnesota’s budget and the budgets of our financially-strapped counties.

If the amendment passes, there are many unknowns about how it will be implemented, including:

The Debate - Should Minnesota pass a photo ID law for voters?

May 1, 2011

MPR's Insight Now holds a week-long debate on the photo ID law starting May 2 and going to May 6.

CEIMN Recount Searchable Database Wins National Award from the Center for Plain Language

April 28, 2011

2011 ClearMark Award Winners

The ClearMark Awards are given to the best plain language documents and web sites. They are judged by a panel of international experts, following a strict set of criteria.

Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota won in the catagory of website/dyanmic media, non-profit for the  State Recount Laws Searchable Database

Senate Republicans advance elections ID bill

April 28, 2011

By Eric Roper, Star Tribune

Anticipating a possible veto, Republicans have already crafted a constitutional amendment that would bypass Gov. Dayton.

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