CEIMN in the News

CEIMN Releases 2010 Recount Report

Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota released the report:  "Minnesota’s 2010 Gubernatorial
Recount Report and Recommendations." 

Published Date: September 07, 2011

CEIMN Report Highlighted in USA Today Editorial

Our View: Republican ID laws smack of vote suppression, USA Today Editorial

http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/editorials/2011-06-12-Republican-ID-laws-smack-of-vote-suppression_n.htm

Published Date: June 12, 2011

Governor's veto of Photo ID Bill. Citizens for Election Integrity & League of Women Voters MN statement

Sebeka-Menahga Review Messenger

League of Women Voters Minnesota (LWV) and Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota (CEIMN) commend Governor Dayton for vetoing the elections/photo ID bill, which would have represented the greatest threat to citizens’ right to vote since poll taxes and literacy tests.  

Published Date: May 31, 2011

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

MPR's Insight Now holds a week-long debate on the photo ID law starting May 2 and going to May 6. Pro: Andy Cilek - president and co-founder of the Minnesota Voters Alliance Con: Kathy Bonnifield - associate director for Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota Host: Michael Caputo-Minnesota Public Radio reporter http://insight.mprnews.org/discussion/249/the-debate-5-2-11-5-6-11-shoul...

Published Date: May 01, 2011

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

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

Published Date: April 29, 2011

Senate Republicans advance elections ID bill

By Eric Roper, Star Tribune

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

Published Date: April 28, 2011

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