Urgent Action On Elections – FEC Nomination

One of the main people behind the Republican scams to keep people from voting has now been nominated by Bush to be ON THE FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION!!!! This is as bad as it gets.
See Keep Yer Vote Thievin’ Hans Off the Federal Election Commission: Action Alert!,

… Hans von Spakovsky is up for confirmation June 13 as a member of the Federal Election Commission.
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Hans Von Spakovsky will appear before the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration on June 13, 2007, at 10:00 a.m. for his confirmation hearing. He must be stopped. Confirmation by the Senate would keep this scourge on the American electoral process on the Federal Election Commission until 2011. Please help keep Hans von Spakovsky off the FEC. Here’s the membership of the Committee. I have included telephone numbers and hyperlinked to each Senator’s contact page, where you can leave comments electronically.

See the extended entry to learn who to call:

Dianne Feinstein (CA) – (202) 224-3841
Robert Byrd (WV) – (202) 224-3954
Daniel Inouye (HI) – (202) 224-3934
Christopher Dodd (CT) – (202) 224-2823
Charles Schumer (NY) – (202) 224-6542
Richard Durbin (IL) – (202) 224-2152
Ben Nelson (NE) – (202) 224-6551
Harry Reid (NV) – (202) 224-3542
Patty Murray (WA) – (202) 224-2621
Mark Pryor (AR) – (202) 224-2353
Robert Bennett (UT) – (202) 224-5444
Mitch McConnell (KY) – (202) 224-2541
Thad Cochran (MS) – (202) 224-5054
Trent Lott (MS) – (202) 224-6253
Kay Bailey Hutchison (TX) – (202) 224-5922
Saxby Chambliss (GA) – (202) 224-3521
Chuck Hagel (NE) – (202) 224-4224
Lamar Alexander (TN) – (202) 224-4944
If you are a constituent of one of these Senators, please call or write. If you are not a constituent of any of these Senators, please call or write anyway and also call your own Senator. If von Spakovsky makes it through committee, we will need the help of all Senators on the floor.

1 thought on “Urgent Action On Elections – FEC Nomination

  1. So what else would you expect from Bush? Not only does this have to be stopped, but we’ve got to get organized about getting people registered to vote and to the polls.

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