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Cuyahoga encounters voting problems (OH)    Story Here  Archive
Plain Dealer By Susan Vinella 07 November 2006
As of 12:30 p.m. all polling places in Cuyahoga County were using electronic voting machines, a Board of Elections spokesman said. However, it’s not clear whether all machines are working at every polling place.

Scattered voting machine snags reported (IA)    Story Here  Archive
Des Moines Register JENNIFER JACOBS, STAFF WRITER November 7, 2006
Voters are reporting minor troubles at polling places around Iowa, but poll workers are quickly fixing the problems as they crop up, spot checks show.

Lines and problems reported at scattered polling sites (OH)    Story Here  Archive
The Repository (CantonRep.com) November 7, 2006 By Robert Wang Repository staff writer
With voting in this year’s midterm election under way Tuesday morning, some Stark County voters encountered delays or problems with electronic touch-screen voting machines that were either malfunctioning or set up improperly.

Polling places turn to paper ballots after glitches (National)    Story Here  Archive
CNN.com November 7, 2006 The Associated Press
Programming errors and inexperience dealing with electronic voting machines frustrated poll workers in hundreds of precincts early Tuesday, delaying voters in Indiana, Ohio and Florida and leaving some with little choice but to use paper ballots instead.

A few glitches mar early voting in Salt Lake City (CO)    Story Here  Archive
Deseret Morning News, 07 November 2006
Early voters on Election Day faced severe glitches in Utah County and less dramatic problems in Salt Lake County.

Minor malfunctions at Contra Costa polls (CA)    Story Here  Archive
CONTRA COSTA TIMES By Dogen Hannah and Karl Fischer 07 November 2006
Voting got off to a largely smooth start around Contra Costa County this morning, as voters and election workers reported only a few problems at scattered polling locations.

Voters face low-tech problem: Not enough pens (IL)    Story Here  Archive
Chicago Tribune By John McCormick and Josh Noel 07 November 2006
Early morning voting brought dozens of complaints about malfunctioning electronic voting machines and a lack of special pens required to mark the alternative paper ballots.

Voting problems reported in NJ    Story Here  Archive
By Dave Evans (New Jersey - WABC, November 7, 2006)
The US Attorney for New Jersey has dispatched investigators to run down complaints of voting machine problems which are preventing voters from casting ballots for GOP Senate hopeful Tom Kean, Jr.

CHAOS: Voting extension denied amid massive computer problems (CO)    Story Here  Archive
Denver Post By George Merritt and Jeffrey Leib 07 November 2006
Denver District Court Judge Sheila Rappaport denied a emergency request from the Democratic Party to keep Denver's voting centers open for an additional two hours this evening due to faulty computers.

More Voting Problems in Garland County (AR)    Story Here  Archive
Arkansas Business Journal, By Jan Cottingham 07 November 2006
Charles Tapp, chairman of the Garland County Election Commission, said Tuesday that voting "is not going smoothly" and that three technicians and three commissioners are working to correct problems.

Poll Workers Struggle With New Voting Machines (MS)    Story Here  Archive
WLOX 13 By Brad Kessie Nov 7, 2006
Many of the mistakes reported at polling places had to do with the new electronic voting machines purchased by the Secretary of State's office. When poll workers struggled setting them up Tuesday morning, and then several of the machines stopped working, the early part of the election became a hassle for everybody.

Officials say elections going smoothly, despite minor problems (MS)    Story Here  Archive
Sun Herald, HOLBROOK MOHR, Associated Press 07 November 2006
Officials said Tuesday's midterm elections were going "remarkably well" in Mississippi, despite minor problems reported in some precincts.

Computer Problems Force Some Hancock County Voters To Use Paper Ballots (MS)    Story Here  Archive
WLOX 13, by Al Showers 07 Novebmer 2006
Hancock County also had its share of voting woes Tuesday.

Reported election problems (TN)    Story Here  Archive
Tennessean by Al Showers 07 November 2006
Here is compiled list of problems at polls across the region:

New voting machines and dirty tricks confound voters (National)    Story Here  Archive
Tucson Citizen by DEBORAH HASTINGS, The Associated Press 07 November 2006
New voting machines confounded some poll workers around the country on Election Day, and a combination of electronic glitches and human error forced some precincts to extend voting hours or switch to paper ballots.

Name problems at polling place (CT)    Story Here  Archive
West Hartford-WTNH, Nov. 7, 2006
A problem with names may cause the votes of 29 people to not be counted.

Election Day: Candidates Vote, Prepare for Results (FL)    Story Here  Archive
HDTV Channel 19; November 7, 2006 by Holly Patterson
The race for Florida Governor is a close one that many voters are sure to keep their eyes on Tuesday night as results pour in.

Woman: Machine calls Santorum a democrat (PA)    Story Here  Archive
York Daily Record By BRENT BURKEY November 7, 2006
Nearly 3 percent of county voting machines had problems this morning. A county official said the number is not “real bad.”

New voting machines pose Election Day problems (MS)    Story Here  Archive
SUN HERALD By TAMMY M. SMITH 07 November 2006
Voters at several South Mississippi precincts reported problems with the new touch-screen machines as voting got under way in midterm elections this morning.

Technical glitches arise during switch to computerized voting (CA)    Story Here  Archive
UNION-TRIBUNE By Karen Kucher and Angelica Martinez November 7, 2006
SAN DIEGO – Election Day in San Diego County began with technical glitches reported in dozens of precincts early Tuesday, with frustrated voters unable to use computerized voting machines and forced to use paper ballots instead.

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