OCTOBER 7 2008

1. Will Alabama Republicans Steal More Elections?
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1. Will Alabama Republicans Steal More
Elections?
by Roger Shuler of Legal Schnauzer

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A 2005 opinion from the Alabama attorney general named 28
felonies--which add up to about 70 crimes if each of the degrees of
the offenses is counted--that have by statute or appellate decision
been defined as crimes of moral turpitude, which strip someone of his
voting rights.

Riley, who serves as court-appointed chief of Alabama elections, in
2007 created a list of more than 400 felonies that would lead to loss
of voting rights. Riley's list includes everything from terrorism and
homicide to starting a brush fire and drug possession. The governor's
office gave its list to Election Systems & Software, a company hired to
create a voter-registration database for the state.

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image: Reuters/Downing

Bob Riley is serving as chief of
Alabama Elections and created a
list of more than
400 felonies that
would lead to loss of voting rights.