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Memory cards forgotten in 7 Ga. voting machines    Story Here  Archive
Ledger-enquirer. November 4, 2009. Associated Press
ATLANTA State officials are investigating after memory cards were left in Atlanta voting machines overnight.

Paper ballots used in Ocilla (GA)    Story Here  Archive
WALB News 10. November 4, 2009. By Stephanie Springer
ALBANY, GA (WALB) - While we're accustomed to using electronic voting in state elections, it's not required for municipal elections, and small towns often resort to the age-old way of choosing leaders plain ole pencil and paper.

ELECTION '09: Snafu inflates county vote totals (PA)    Story Here  Archive
The Indiana Gazette. November 4, 2009
These totals are on the individual precinct sheets: Turnout in Blairsville 2 was 83 percent. East Mahoning had 88.1 percent. It gets better. Smicksburg, 97.3 percent; Shelocta, 103.3 percent; and Cherryhill Township, 270.9 percent.

Voting machine malfunctions after power surge (MA)    Story Here  Archive
The Patriot Ledger. November 4, 2009.
QUINCY — A power surge at Covenant Congregational Church caused a voting machine to malfunction about 5 p.m. Tuesday as voters were still filing into the Ward 3, Precinct 1 polling station.

Votes still counted from Flushing Township precinct where electronic voting cards got damaged (MI)    Story Here  Archive
Flint Journal. November 04, 2009. By Beata Mostafavi
FLINT, Michigan — Except for the mystery involving damaged electronic voting cards from Flushing Township, everything appeared to go smoothly during Tuesday’s election.

Glitches with voting machines cause problems in Cayuga County (NY)    Story Here  Archive
The Post-Standard. November 4, 2009. By Charley Hannagan
Auburn, NYVoters will learn later today the outcome of several close races in Cayuga County where glitches were reported with new voting machines.

Madison County Voting Machines Impounded (NY)    Story Here  Archive
Madison County Courier. November 4, 2009. By Martha E. Conway
Elections inspectors in Bridgeport and the town of Stockbridge packed up and went home after the polls closed last night without reporting voting numbers. Elections officials say it’s happened before, but last night there was a bigger hitch. After the polls closed, Madison County’s voting machines were impounded.

Fulton County machines break; court order issued (NY)    Story Here  Archive
WSYR TV 9. November 4, 2009
Fulton County (WSYR-TV) – NewsChannel 9 has learned voting machines in Fulton County, which is a part of the 23rd Congressional District, have been impounded, after the machines were not working property, the Fulton County Board of Elections confirms.

Voter turnout excedes expectations, causes problems at some locations (OH)    Story Here  Archive
Chronicle-Telegram. November 4, 2009. Brad Dicken
Another problem, he said, was misprinted signature books that contained information from the 2008 election. Throughout the county there were seven bad books, some containing only a few pages of old information. In other cases, an entire book contained outdated data, Candelario said.

For voters, county maps were a source of confusion (IN)    Story Here  Archive
WSBT News1. November 4, 2009. By John Paul
Confusion played a role in Tuesday’s special election. Maps provided by the county that marked election polling places were a big reason why.

Printing woes plague poll workers (MS)    Story Here  Archive
The Natchez Democrat. November 4, 2009, By Emily Ham
NATCHEZ — Printing woes on voting machines across the county delayed election results a bit Tuesday night, election officials said.

Voters express mixed reviews of electronic voting machines (NY)    Story Here  Archive
Watertown Daily Times. November 4, 2009. By ROBERT BRAUCHLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From disdain to delight, north country voters expressed a variety of opinions about the new electronic voting machines used for the first time this year in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties.

No ‘super’ glitches reported for new voting system (TX)    Story Here  Archive
The Daily News. November 4, 2009. By T.J. Aulds
Even with the expected light turnout for Tuesday’s election, casting ballots got off to a shaky start at some polling places in Galveston County.

Texas withdraws voter registration systems from IBM contract    Story Here  Archive
ComputerWorld. November 4, 2009. By Jaikumar Vijayan
The Texas Secretary of State's office has pulled its voter registration systems out of an ongoing $863 million data center consolidation project being handled by IBM because of data security and disaster recoverability fears.

Ogden, Weber County pretty sure one of them can't count ... ballots (UT)    Story Here  Archive
Standard-Examiner. November 4, 2009. By Scott Schwebke (Standard-Examiner staff)
OGDEN Weber County and Ogden officials are bickering over who is to blame for a lengthy delay in counting city ballots during Tuesday's general election.

Election Night in Washtenaw County (MI)    Story Here  Archive
The Ann Arbor Chronicle. November 4, 2009. By Mary Morgan
County staff has been hearing all day from city and township clerks, who’ve reported that some ballots aren’t feeding into voting machines property, or aren’t being read. In Ann Arbor, for example, in several precincts there’s a one-ballot discrepancy between the machine count and the actual number of ballots. That count has to be resolved before delivering results to the county.

Problems with voting machines in Mercer (NJ)    Story Here  Archive
NJ.com. November 4, 2009. By Meir Rinde
TRENTON — Some votes cast in Tuesday’s election did not appear in initial tallies by the county clerk last night, affecting official vote totals in ten municipalities.

Voting machine crash adds drama to council election in Corning's First Ward (NY)    Story Here  Archive
Star Gazette. November 4, 2009. By Jeff Murray
It could be weeks before residents in Corning's First Ward know who will represent them on the Corning City Council, thanks to a faulty voting machine.

UPDATE: Seven voting machines in Erie County uncounted (PA)    Story Here  Archive
GoErie.com. November 4, 2009. By Kevin Flowers
Erie County election officials have discovered seven voting machines whose vote totals are not currently included in the county's unofficial vote count for Tuesday's municipal election, a situation that could affect the tight race for Erie County executive.

Glitch stalls Ogden vote tabulation (UT)    Story Here  Archive
Deseret News. November 4, 2009. By Joseph M. Dougherty
Ogden officials are blaming slow reports of votes in Tuesday's election on a breakdown in tabulation equipment.

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