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Task force takes on state election laws (NM)    Story Here  Archive
Julie Ann Grimm Free New Mexican 15 December 2005
Amid lingering suspicions from the 2004 elections , New Mexico officials are trying to address issues of secrecy, accuracy and transparency in vote counting.

Can State Ignore Its E-Vote Law? (NC)    Story Here  Archive
Kim Zetter WiredNews 14 December 2005
E-voting rules head to court this week in North Carolina, where election officials stand accused of ignoring a tough new state law designed to raise the bar on procedures to ensure machines are secure and accurate.

Reliable elections (Volusia Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
Editorial Daytona News-Journal 13 December 2005
The Volusia County Council nears a Jan. 1 federal deadline for purchasing voting equipment that allows disabled voters to cast ballots independently and secretly. That is a good thing on paper.

Touch voting OK expected (Sutter Co., CA)    Story Here  Archive
Rob Young Yuba Appeal-Democrat 13 December 2005
Unless they vote absentee, Sutter County voters have seen their last paper ballot and pencil.

Broward voters won't be able to double-check ballot with printout (Broward Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
Buddy Nevins South Florida Sun-Sentinel 13 December 2005
A printer that can be attached to Broward County voting machines and provide a "paper trail" has been invented and built and is ready to be installed, but it will be months, possibly years, before the state allows voters to use it.

E-Voting Deadline Looms    Story Here  Archive
Lamont Wood Technology Review 13 December 2005
The mid-term elections of 2006 are still 11 months away, but they've already generated a controversy not over politics, but about what technology should be used to count all the votes.

New ballot counters in place for election (Blue Earth Co., MN)    Story Here  Archive
Dan Linehan Mankato Free Press 12 December 2005
January?s special mayoral election will likely afford county officials the chance to test out new ballot counters ? as well as give local voters their first-ever chance to re-write an erroneous vote.

S.J. voting machines' fate up in air (San Joaquin Co. CA)    Story Here  Archive
Greg Kane Central Valley Record 12 December 2005
A statewide test in which a Finnish computer expert will attempt to hack electronic voting software would have little impact on San Joaquin County, state and county officials said last week.

Voting-machine company rep says system safe (Perry Co., IN)    Story Here  Archive
KEVIN KOELLING Perry County News 12 December 2005
TELL CITY - Representatives of the company equipping Perry County for its first election using new electronic voting machines said Wednesday numerous safeguards are in place to ensure results reflect the will of the people.

Touchy voting issue returns (Volusia Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
JAMES MILLER Daytona News-Journal 11 December 2005
One paper-ballot proponent tagged it "Armageddon" in an e-mail to her peers. Demonstrating a little less flair, Volusia County officials have dubbed it "Item 24" on the County Council's Friday agenda.

County balks at buying new voting system (Centre Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
Mike Joseph Centre Daily 11 December 2005
STATE COLLEGE Centre County's top elected official said the county may forgo almost $1 million in federal money for a new electronic voting system rather than accept an unwanted product.

New Voting Method Faulted (CT)    Story Here  Archive
MARK PAZNIOKAS, Hartford Courant 09 December 2005
As a Yale University professor of computer science, Michael Fischer is hardly a Luddite. Yet he is part of a coalition warning Connecticut not to trust its elections to computers.

Election boards scramble to hit deadlines (NC)    Story Here  Archive
Barry Smith The Kinston Free Press 09 December 2005
RALEIGH - Local boards of elections across North Carolina are in a race against time to purchase or retrofit voting equipment before the 2006 election season gets under way.

Recount for 68th won't be separate (VA)    Story Here  Archive
TYLER WHITLEY Richmond Times-Dispatch 09 December 2005
A vote recount in the House of Delegates race between independent Katherine B. Waddell and Republican Del. Bradley P. Marrs will be held Dec. 20, the same day as the recount in the attorney general race.

KC voters to mark ballots two ways (Kansas City, MO)    Story Here  Archive
DAVE HELLING The Kansas City Star 09 December 2005
The Kansas City Election Board has chosen Ohio-based Diebold Election Systems to provide hundreds of new touch-screen and optical-scan voting machines for city voters in 2006.

Wexler asks court to ensure manual recounts in close races (FL)    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 08 December 2005
MIAMI Florida's touch-screen voting machines violate people's constitutional rights because they don't create a paper record of each ballot, a lawyer for U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler said Wednesday in a federal appeals court. But a state lawyer said the ATM-like devices are accurate and don't need a paper trail.

Group divided on new voting system (Chester Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
Nancy Petersen Philadelphia Inquirer 08 December 2005
A split decision was rendered yesterday by members of the Chester County Voting System Task Force about what kind of voting machines to use in 2006.

Counties receive reprieve on buying voting machines (Beaver Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
J.D. Prose Beaver County Times 08 December 2005
BEAVER - County officials throughout the commonwealth can breathe a little easier now that the Pennsylvania Department of State has determined they don't necessarily have to purchase new voting machines by Dec. 31, but can follow the law by passing a resolution.

Secretary Of The State Will Give Towns Optical Scan Option For Balloting (CT)    Story Here  Archive
John Voket Newtown Bee 08 December 2005
In an exclusive interview Wednesday, Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz told The Bee she plans to give all Connecticut communities the opportunity to use federal funds to purchase optical scanning technology to use in polling places.

KC election board s Diebold system (Kansas City, KS)    Story Here  Archive
DAVE HELLING The Kansas City Star 08 December 2005
The Kansas City Election Board has chosen Ohio-based Diebold Election Systems to provide hundreds of new touch-screen and optical scan voting machines for city voters in 2006.

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