Sullivan, Robert
February 1996
New Republic;2/26/96, Vol. 214 Issue 9, p14
Claims that the U.S. Democratic Party opposed the vote-by-mail in Oregon election due to its similarity with absentee balloting. Pressure put by the U.S. federal government on Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber to veto the vote-by-mail bill; Details of the creation of the first vote-by-mail non-postal drop-off booths; Disadvantages of vote-by mail election.


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