'Daily Voting News' for July 07-08, 2009
Ellen Theisen, Dave Klein, and John Washburn
Two of the major voting system vendors in the U.S. are expanding into new arenas. Hart InterCivic has acquired a company that produces Geographic Information Systems software for local governments, and Premier (formerly Diebold) is getting into the vote-by-mail game.
National: Hart InterCivic Acquires Farragut Systems
National: OPEX and Premier Election Solutions Announce Partnership for Incoming Vote-by-Mail Solution
National: EAC Standards Board Selects New Officers
CO: Council wants voting machines for mayoral vote
MN: A Recount to Make Minnesota Proud
MN: With Senate race finally over, Citizens Jury taking a stab at offering fixes for Minnesota's recount process
TN: Hargett Still Pushing Delay of Voter Confidence Act
TN: Obion County officials decry election costs
India: India 2009 elections were rigged through EVMs?
Indonesia: Indonesians vote calmly in presidential election
Indonesia: Yudhoyono avoids voter row before poll
Mexico: Record Protest Vote Amid Sweeping PRI Gains
Norway: Electronic home voting next in Norway
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