<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Appeals court to take up GOP effort in Indiana<br>By KEN KUSMER<br>INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A divided Indiana Supreme Court on Friday rejected a effort by Republicans to shutter satellite early voting sites in three largely Democratic cities near Chicago, but an appeals court later agreed to expedite the case and set oral arguments for five days before the general election.<br>The state's highest court, voting 3-2, declined to grant a GOP request to rush its appeal of a special judge's ruling this week that the voting centers in the Lake County cities of Gary, Hammond and East Chicago should remain open and that closing them could jeopardize residents' right to vote. (source)<p><hr></blockquote><p>Get over it GOP. You pushed the voter ID law through. You dragged your feet on this election. You are trying to keep black people from voting. You say there is a risk of voter fraud? I say you think there is a risk of voting... and we can't have that.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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