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'Daily Voting News' For November 4, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

S.D. runs short of absentee ballots (San Diego Co. CA)    Story Here  Archive
Leslie Wolf Branscomb San Diego Union Tribune 03 November 2006
If you got your absentee ballot in the mail and it looks suspiciously like a photocopy of a regular ballot, that's because, well, it is. Unusually high demand and a printing order that wasn't filled fast enough caused the San Diego County Registrar of Voters to run short of absentee ballots this week. About 5,000 photocopies were mailed out instead, said Registrar of Voters Mikel Haas.

Charleston County voting under way (SC)    Story Here  Archive
ROBERT BEHRE Charleston Post and Courier 03 November 2006
The start of absentee voting in Charleston County hasn't been without a few hiccups, but election officials remain confident things will turn out all right.

Advance ballots were missing 1st District Reform candidate's name (KS)    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 03 November 2006
LIBERAL, Kan. - The name of the Reform Party candidate running against Rep. Jerry Moran was found to be missing from hundreds of advance ballots in Seward County. However, his name will appear on the ballot Tuesday. The county, which uses touch-screen voting machines, was able to fix the problem Thursday, when the omission was discovered.

County Attorney investigating voter concerns (TX)    Story Here
El Paso Times 03 November 2006
El Paso County Attorney José Rodríguez had a news conference this afternoon announcing an investigation into allegations of malfunctioning of several Diebold electronic voting machines in El Paso County.

Cuyahoga County elections staff probe inaccurate scan test (OH)    Story Here  Archive
Mike Kropko Associated Press 03 November 2006
CLEVELAND - Testing on the scanners that will read absentee ballots in the state's most populous county hit a glitch this week, but the elections chief downplayed it Friday, saying any problems will be overcome.

Voters find problems at the polls (NM)    Story Here  Archive
Zsombor Peter Gallup Independent 03 November 2006
The state's move from touch-screen voting machines to paper ballots earlier this year was supposed to help restore some voter confidence in the local election process.

El Paso's Electronic Voting Machines Have Problems (TX)    Story Here  Archive
KFOX News 03 November 2006
The El Paso county attorney said he realized there was a problem when El Pasoans called into Paul Atrlezin's radio program on 1650 AM Friday morning

'Daily Voting News' For November 3, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Democrats Predict Voter ID Problems    Story Here  Archive
Washington Post By Amy Goldstein 03 November 2006
On Indiana's primary day, Rep. Julia Carson shoved her congressional identification card in a pocket, ran out of her house and raced down the street to be at her polling site when it opened at 6 a.m. The Democrat, seeking to represent Indianapolis for a sixth term, showed the card to a poll worker, who told her it was unacceptable under a new state law that requires every voter to show proof of identity.

Supervisor told new vote machines pose time-change problem (FL)    Story Here  Archive
JIM HAUG Daytona Beach News-Journal 02 November 2006
DAYTONA BEACH Voting machines could stop accepting votes an hour or more before the polls close on Election Day because of a glitch in their automated clocks, elections officials said Wednesday.

Early voters finding new machines aren't without faults (IL)    Story Here  Archive
STEVE PATTERSON Chicago Sun Times 02 November 2006
Corrine Stoker pushed the button for one candidate, but her voting machine showed she voted for the opponent. She said it happened two more times as she voted early Monday at the Skokie courthouse, shaking her confidence in a voting system that has been under fire since a problem-plagued March primary. "I don't know what caused it to misvote, but I know I didn't press the button," said Stoker, of Wilmette. "I caught it, but I would urge people to be very careful."

Voting machine problem shuts down Civic Auditorium site (TN)    Story Here  Archive
J.H. OSBORNE Tri-Cities Times-News 02 November 2006
BLOUNTVILLE - Early voting for the Nov. 7 election ends today in Tennessee - and more than 21,000 Sullivan County voters had cast early ballots by the time the polls closed Wednesday.

Voting runs into untimely glitch (FL)    Story Here  Archive
Denise-Marie Balona and Rebecca Mahoney Orlando Sentinel 02 November 2006
A new glitch with a version of the already-controversial touch-screen voting machines has turned a simple computer function into a major headache for election officials in at least five Florida counties days before Tuesday's general election.

Voting equipment glitches lingering (IL)    Story Here  Archive
John McCormick Chicago Tribune 02 November 2006
With the 18-day early voting period ending Thursday, Chicago and Cook County election officials have had a chance to test the changes in software, hardware and training made since the messy March primary.

Palm Beach County records 32,000 early votes for Tuesday's election (FL)    Story Here  Archive
By Luis F. Perez, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
With four days of early voting left to go, and nearly 32,000 ballots cast, a handful of voters have complained they have had the wrong ballots show up on their touch screen. Or worse, their votes appear to go to the wrong candidates.

'Daily Voting News' For November 2, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Election board tells county to explain breach (GA)    Story Here  Archive
CARLOS CAMPOS Atlanta Journal-Constitution 02 November 2006
Amid growing concerns over electronic voting machine security, and just days before a major election, the State Election Board was unhappy Thursday to learn officials in a west Georgia county left electronic voting and tabulation machines in an unlocked room.

Stealing Elections Texas Style: Mrs. Blankenship goes out to vote. (TX)    Story Here  Archive
Melinda Pillsbury-Foster OpEdNews 02 November 2006
Mrs. Marilyn B. Blankenship noticed what a lovely day it was as she went into vote early at the Renner-Frankford Branch Dallas Public Library at 6400 Frankford Rd. two blocks from her home in Collin County, Texas near Dallas. Mr. Arthur Edwards, the widower of her oldest friend from the 4th grade, accompanied her on the short ride to the Library; he waited in the car for her to finish her brief civic obligation. A native Texan, Mrs. Blankenship appreciated the mild autumn weather. Growing up in Texas, the daughter of two strong parents, had left its mark on her. She had learned self discipline from both of them, along with a strong sense of honesty.

Lagrone claims early voting plagued with problems; Daniels staffers disagree (AR)    Story Here  Archive
The Morning News By John Lyon November 2, 2006
LITTLE ROCK - Secretary of State Charlie Daniels, a Democrat running for re-election, disputed Thursday his Republican opponent's charges that early voting for Tuesday's general election has been plagued with problems.

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