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Some new voting machines need repair (WY)    Story Here  Archive
PETER GARTRELL The Gillette News Record 20 December 2005
New voting machines delivered to four Wyoming counties, including Campbell County, will need to be repaired or replaced after a keypad malfunction was discovered by workers testing the equipment last week.

Secretary of State asks for more testing of Diebold machines (CA)    Story Here  Archive
JULIET WILLIAMS Associated Press 20 December 2005
SACRAMENTO - Secretary of State Bruce McPherson on Tuesday told electronic voting machine manufacturer Diebold Election Systems that it must submit two of its machines for more rigorous federal testing before they can be certified in California.

State refuses to approve Diebold voting machines (CA)    Story Here  Archive
Edwin Garcia San Jose Mercury News 20 December 2005
SACRAMENTO - Suggesting the ``security and integrity' of electronic voting could be at risk, Secretary of State Bruce McPherson on Tuesday refused to approve the use of thousands of electronic voting machines pending a federal evaluation.

Fixing Elections for Fun and Profit    Story Here  Archive
Brian Livingston IT Management 20 December 2005
Two counties in Florida have terminated their use of Diebold computerized voting equipment after computer experts showed that vote totals could be changed by a single individual in a way that would be undetectable later.

Voting machines rejected (CA)    Story Here  Archive
Edwin Garcia Contra Costa Times 20 December 2005
SACRAMENTO - Suggesting the "security and integrity" of electronic voting could be at risk, Secretary of State Bruce McPherson on Tuesday refused to approve the use of thousands of electronic voting machines pending a federal evaluation.

California election official wants more testing for voting machines    Story Here  Archive
KEVIN YAMAMURA Sacramento Bee 20 December 2005
SACRAMENTO, Calif. Secretary of State Bruce McPherson asked Tuesday that memory cards made by Diebold Election Systems be reviewed by national testing officials, further delaying state certification of the company's controversial electronic voting technology.

California election official wants more testing for voting machines    Story Here  Archive
KEVIN YAMAMURA Sacramento Bee 20 December 2005
SACRAMENTO, Calif. Secretary of State Bruce McPherson asked Tuesday that memory cards made by Diebold Election Systems be reviewed by national testing officials, further delaying state certification of the company's controversial electronic voting technology.

Council to rethink mail-only vote (Snohomish Co., WA)    Story Here  Archive
Jeff Switzer Everett Herald 19 December 2005
The Snohomish County Council is setting the table for a January vote to say goodbye to electronic voting machines and switch to all-mail ballots.

County will miss voting-machine deadline (Santa Cruz Co., CA)    Story Here  Archive
Brian Seals Santa Cruz Sentinel 19 December 2005
Santa Cruz County will not meet a Jan. 1 deadline requiring disabled access voting systems to be in place at polling sites.

New federal election rules require assistive machines (Kandiyohi Co., MN)    Story Here  Archive
Carolyn Lange West Central Tribune 17 December 2005
WILLMAR ? The Jan. 1 deadline for states to be in compliance with new federal election rules is putting the squeeze on Minnesota counties who are rushing to hold hearings and get their plans approved.

Volusia dumps Diebold voting system (Volusia Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
JAMES MILLER Daytona News-Journal 17 December 2005
DELAND The Volusia County Council ditched controversial voting equipment company Diebold Election Systems on Friday in hopes of securing paper ballots for voters with disabilities.

Summit voters will use optical scanners (Summit Co., OH)    Story Here  Archive
Doug Oplinger Akron Beacon Journal 17 December 2005
Summit County voters next year will give up their punch-card ballots and begin using pencil and paper on Election Day.

Changes in how we vote (CT)    Story Here  Archive
BRAD DURRELL, Perspective Bridgeport News 17 December 2005
When Bridgeport voters cast their ballots in the fall of 2006, they likely won't use the mechanical lever machines of the past.

Test drive falls short (Bucks Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
CHRISTOPHER T. EDWARDS Advance of Bucks County 14 December 2005
Bucks Officials unveil only two HAVA compliant options. Bucks County Commissioners Charles H. Martin, Sandra A. Miller and James F. Cawley, Esq., county chief operating officer David M. Sanko and solicitor Guy Matthews are in a quandary.

Area voting machines could have flaws (Humboldt Co., CA)    Story Here  Archive
Shane Mizer, The Eureka Reporter 16 December 2005
AccuVote machines used in Humboldt County elections may be vulnerable to hacking, according to a recent test in Florida.

Voting machines won't be retested, state officials say (Florida)    Story Here  Archive
MARC CAPUTO Miami Herald 16 December 2005
TALLAHASSEE - Top computer scientists and voting experts said Thursday that Florida must re-examine the way it tests voting machines and needs to verify claims by a Tallahassee elections official who said hackers could alter some computerized election results.

Volusia to decide future of its system (Volusia Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
JAMES MILLER Daytona News-Journal 16 December 2005
DELAND Volusia County Council members are almost sure to get an earful today about the reported hack into the Leon County voting system.

Sancho to scrap voting machines (Leon County, FL)    Story Here  Archive
Jeff Burlew Tallahassee Democrat 16 December 2005
The Leon County Supervisor of Elections Office is replacing all of its voting machines after a dispute with the Diebold company over the use of equipment that leaves a paper trail of how people vote.

New tests fuel doubts about vote machines (Leon Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
MARC CAPUTO AND GARY FINEOUT Miami Herald 15 December 2005
A top election official and computer experts say computer hackers could easily change election results, after they found numerous flaws with a state-approved voting-machine in Tallahassee.

Elections board picks optical-scan system (Forsyth Co., NC)    Story Here  Archive
Jim Sparks Winston-Salem Journal 15 December 2005
The Forsyth County Board of Elections decided yesterday to recommend that county commissioners buy voting machines that scan paper ballots instead of buying touch-screen machines that record votes electronically.

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