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Computer glitch eyed in vote woes (NJ)    Story Here  Archive
KIRK MOORE Asbury Park Press 10 November 2006
TOMS RIVER — Ocean County election officials will recheck data cartridges from all 758 digital voting machines used in Tuesday's election, after they learned that votes from a single machine in Barnegat were counted twice — and some were also added to vote totals for the U.S. Senate, county freeholder and county sheriff races in Lakewood.

Voting problems hit 4 counties (FL)    Story Here  Archive
Jim Stratton Mark K. Matthews and Roger Roy Orlando Sentinel 10 November 2006
Touch-screen-voting machines in at least four Florida counties recorded unusually high percentages of ballots with no votes in Tuesday's election a sign that new electronic-ballot machines may not be as foolproof as hoped.

NORTHWEST ARKANSAS Focus : 4 counties’ tallies slow; votes called 2 days late    Story Here  Archive
TRACIE DUNGAN AND CHARLIE MORASCH NWArkansas News 10 November 2006
Election troubles lingered across Northwest Arkansas like a heavy fog in an Ozark valley, with some counties counting and recounting ballots well into Thursday evening.

Eight Losers Now Winners (AR)    Story Here  Archive
Michelle Burhenn The Morning News 10 November 2006
BENTONVILLE The results of eight races flip-flopped Thursday after the Benton County Election Commission fixed a computer glitch.

Computer glitch delays vote tally (IN)    Story Here  Archive
VINCE LUECKE Perry County News 10 NOvember 2006
TELL CITY - Mistakes made by a contractor representing the county’s supplier of electronic voting machines caused delays in tallying votes Tuesday night, members of the county’s election board allege.

Some kinks still in system (KY)    Story Here  Archive
JIM GAINES, The Bowling Green Daily News 10 November 2006
On an election night that runs smoothly, Warren County clerks can get voting-machine cartridges in the courthouse shortly after polls close at 6 p.m. and begin ing them in a tabulating machine, adding up ballots via computer.

County clerk reports memory card problem (CA)    Story Here  Archive
KATIE MINTZ The Daily Journal 10 November 2006
Ukiah votes must be recounted. The Mendocino County Elections Office announced Wednesday evening that results from some absentee ballots were lost election night when the memory card on which they were being stored was corrupted.

Disabled Voters Disappointed with Touch-screen Problems (IN)    Story Here  Archive
WISH-TV 10 November 2006
Marion County got approval Friday to get the votes out of 520 touch-screen machines used by disabled voters. When the polls closed at 6 p.m., poll workers were unable to get the votes out. That is because the voting machine maker, ES&S, had programmed the machines for Pennsylvania's polls, which were open from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Disabled voters are worried their votes will not count.

'Daily Voting News' For November 10, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Programming error delays vote count (NV)    Story Here


Some county voters' ballots not counted (PA)    Story Here  Archive
CentreDaily.com By Adam Smeltz 10 November 2006
BELLEFONTE Some ballots went uncounted Tuesday after some Centre County voters started but failed to complete the electronic voting process, county Board of Commissioners Chairman Chris Exarchos said Thursday.

What went wrong? (MT)    Story Here  Archive
LYNNETTE HINTZE The Daily Inter Lake 10 November 2006
During an election night filled with voting snafus statewide, Flathead County once again struggled with glitches in the computer software designed to tabulate vote totals.

Touch-screen voting will be reviewed (MO)    Story Here  Archive
Stephen Deere ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 09 November 2006
Now that the votes have been tallied, St. Louis County election officials and voter rights advocates will begin counting the number of problems voters had casting them.

Three counties wrestled with voting miscues (TX)    Story Here  Archive
Mike Anderson Waco Tribune-Herald 09 November 2006
At least three Central Texas counties hit snags in the voting process Tuesday night, but apparently none of the problems were related to newly required voting machines rolled out last year.

County to investigate voting problems (PA)    Story Here  Archive
Dave Pidgeon Lancaster Intelligencer Journal 09 November 2006
LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - The day after a third of Lancaster County’s 232 polling stations experienced malfunctions, the county chief clerk of elections said an assessment of what went wrong would start next week.

Human error possible in voting glitch (FL)    Story Here  Archive
KEVIN GRAHAM St. Petersburg Times 09 November 2006
TAMPA - The cause of a late-night glitch that hindered votes from being retrieved on three electronic machines remained unclear Wednesday, but a Hillsborough elections official said it could have been a simple human error.

City election panel blames delays on software glitches (CO)    Story Here  Archive
Ann Imse And Laura Frank Rocky Mountain News 09 November 2006
Tens of thousands of Denver voters stood in lines for hours on Election Day because of glitches in new, barely tested custom software for checking voter registration, according to the election commission's technology chief, Anthony Rainey.

Voting machine glitches statewide delay results (KY)    Story Here
Greg Kocher Lexington Herald-Leader 09 November 2006
Some county officials were particularly groggy yesterday, having received only a few hours' sleep after enduring Tuesday's election night problems.

Officials wait for word on counting more than 2,500 votes    Story Here  Archive
WATE 6, the News Station November 9, 2006
KNOXVILLE Knox County election officials hope to learn Thursday whether more than 2,500 votes can be counted after a computer error with a voting machine. The answer will decide a deadlocked pension question involving Knox County sheriff's officers.

Finger-pointing begins over slow vote tabulation (IL)    Story Here  Archive
Rob Olmstead Chicago Daily Herald 09 November 2006
It wasn’t overt, but the Cook County clerk’s office and its contractor Sequoia Voting Systems subtly began positioning each other Wednesday to take the fall for the dismally slow tabulation of suburban votes for the second election in a row.

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