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Early voting going smoothly most places; some counties report technical problems (AR)    Story Here  Archive
John Lyon The Morning News 01 November 2006
Early voting has been going smoothly in most counties across the state, officials said Tuesday, although at least one county dispensed with electronic voting machines because of technical problems. Early voting began Oct. 23 for the Nov. 7 general election and ends Monday. Election officials said early voting turnout has been about the same or heavier than it was at this time in the last midterm election.

'Daily Voting News' For November 1, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

It's Charlie's fault (AR)    Story Here  Archive
Jim Lagrone News Release 01 November 2006
So says Jim Lagrone about scattered reports of early voting problems, particularly with the cursed electronic machines. Release on jump. (I'm surprised he didn't blame the liberal, vet-hating media too.)

Computer snag stalls early voting (NM)    Story Here  Archive
KRQE News 13. Tim Maestas reports.
A computer malfunction caused major problems today at early voting sites across the state. In some cases, already long waits got much longer for voters.

Computer snag stalls early voting (NM)    Story Here  Archive
Tim Maestas KRQE News 01 November 2006
ALBUQUERQUE A computer malfunction caused major problems today at early voting sites across the state. In some cases, already long waits got much longer for voters. At one early voting site at Coors and Sequoia NW early this afternoon voters said they were frustrated.

GOP 'robocall' tactics make me sick (PA)    Story Here  Archive
Philadelphia Daily News, Jill Porter November 1, 2006
BEING SICK in bed, which I was for the past couple of weeks, is bad enough. But being sick in bed while living in a political combat zone - in this case, the 6th Congressional District - is enough to MAKE YOU WANT TO KILL SOMEBODY.

Snafu briefly halts electronic voting in Denton County (TX)    Story Here  Archive
BRANDON FORMBY / The Dallas Morning News 31 October 2006
Rhonda Harris had done her research, chosen her candidates and Monday night headed to her city’s early voting polling location listed on the Denton County Web site. But a snafu with a server for the county’s electronic voting system — and lack of a paper ballot for Ms. Harris’ precinct — made The Colony woman decide not to cast a ballot.

'Daily Voting News' For October 31, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

'Daily Voting News' For October 30, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

How Safe Is Your Vote? 'Make Sure No One Steals Elections,' Kennedy Says    Story Here  Archive
By Gil Kaufman MTV 30 October 2006
For the first time in U.S. history, most voters will be touching a screen to cast their votes on November 7, rather than punching a card or filling in a form.

But concerns about the security of electronic voting machines continue to make headlines, and highly controversial results stemmed from the use of such technology in the last two presidential elections. So with just two weeks to go before the elections, we asked several experts, "Just how safe are our votes?"


Election officials predict smooth election despite a few bugs (IN)    Story Here  Archive
The News Sentinel DEANNA MARTIN, Associated Press October 30, 2006
Indiana election officials are bracing for a higher-than-normal turnout for the Nov. 7 midterm election but say the state's contested voter ID requirement and new machines to help disabled voters shouldn't create many glitches on Election Day.

'Daily Voting News' For October 29, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Glitches cited in early voting (FL)    Story Here  Archive
CHARLES RABIN AND DARRAN SIMON Miami Herald 28 October 2006
After a week of early voting, a handful of glitches with electronic voting machines have drawn the ire of voters, reassurances from elections supervisors and a caution against the careless casting of ballots.

'Daily Voting News' For October 28, 2006    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Absentee ballot snafu boosts costs (MI)    Story Here  Archive
By Charles Slat, MonroeNews.com
Jessie T. Joyner of Monroe already has voted twice in this year's general election. "The first time, I think I had it right," said the Monroe resident while lunching at the Frenchtown Senior Citizen Center Tuesday. So did the thousands of other Monroe County voters who typically vote by absentee ballot. But the state got it wrong.

Jefferson County Voters Continue To Raise Concerns About Voting Machines (TX)    Story Here  Archive
KDFM.com
Early voting for the November election started Monday, and during this first week of it, Jefferson County has experienced high turnout. By the end of Saturday, which was the sixth day of early voting, the Jefferson County Clerk's office was reporting that 7,416 had cast ballots.

Up to 30,000 ballots will be hand-recopied (Denver)    Story Here  Archive
By George Merritt Denver Post 27 October 2006
An editing mistake on Denver's absentee ballots has turned a little-discussed referendum on recall protections into an issue that could affect controversial statewide campaigns. The concern is actually not with the mistake, but the solution: On election night, Denver plans to have election judges hand-copy as many as 30,000 voted absentee ballots onto new ballots.

Only minor glitches reported in early voting (FL)    Story Here  Archive
KATHLEEN FORDYCE AND ANI MARTINEZ Miami Herald 27 October 2006
Early voting for the Nov. 7 election began this week in South Florida without glaring hitches as thousands of voters got a jump-start to cast their ballots and avoid long lines on Election Day. More than 10,000 people in each county have already voted, but that's a tiny fraction of those eligible. Miami-Dade has just over 1 million registered voters, and Broward has about 922,000. For early voters, the numbers mean a quick trip to the poll.

More wrong ballots mailed (Ventura Co. CA)    Story Here  Archive
Charles Levin Ventura County Star 27 October 2006
The company that prints Ventura County's absentee ballots has mailed incorrect cards to some voters in the Conejo Valley, potentially tainting election results and robbing people of doing their civic duty in three races.

The marvels of electricity (AR)    Story Here  Archive
Arkansas Times Blog 27 October 2006
Voters expecting to use the county’s new touchscreen voting machines for early voting are out of luck. Due to programming problems, the Garland County Election Commission had to pull the plug on the machines at all three early voting locations.

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