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ACLU Sets up Voter Hotline in Va

Anita Kumar

The ACLU of Virginia has established a hotline to answer questions from voters who encounter problems at the polls on Election Day and is prepared to advocate for those who were not able to vote.

The group will be offering advice about what voters should do if they are told they are not on the registration rolls, they do not have identification with them, they make a mistake while completing their ballot or their vote is challenged by someone else.

The ACLU distributed more than 50,000 cards describing voters' rights. The number is 804-644-8080.

By Anita Kumar  |  October 31, 2008; 2:06 PM ET
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