Some may say this article is partisan. However, the truth is not partisan. The current Republican clique that continues to dominate their party, and which is opposed by moderate thinkers such as Colin Powell as he recently and eloquently explained, that radical Republican party is prepared to destroy the voting process in its desperation to win elections with all the power and money that, to them, an election win represents.
Here is the beginning of the FreePress article:
A critical US Supreme Court decision against GOP voter meddling in Ohio may prove temporary.
In its on-going campaign to inject chaos and confusion into the voting process, the GOP has sued Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, demanding that she release to county boards of elections lists of registered voters whose information does not precisely match government data bases. The right to vote of such registrants---by most estimates as many as 200,000 in Ohio alone---could then be challenged on a case-by-case basis. George W. Bush was awarded Ohio's 20 electoral votes in 2004 with an official margin of less than 119,000 votes, though more than 100,000 votes cast in that election remain uncounted.