In a wide ranging speech in Boston, Attorney General Eric Holder recommended that the US should consider automatically registering eligible voters and extending voting hours in response to problems encountered in the November election. A Republican consultant admitted that Voter ID laws and long lines at the polls help Republicans win elections. Over a thousand absentee ballots were rejected in Florida because signatures didn’t match those on file. A New Jersey State Senator describes the State’s experiment with email voting “a complete mess.” Ohio Secretary of State would like the Federal government to fund voting machine replacements. The fate of Pennsylvania’s voter ID legislation may not be settled until next Fall. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has reconsidered his suggestion that the State eliminate same day registration and opposition parties accused the government of rigging Ghana’s presidential election.