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Cape County receives funds to upgrade voting machines (Cape Girardeau County)    Story Here  Archive
Jennifer Freeze ~ Southeast Missourian 22 November 2005
More than $200,000 of federal funds will help Cape Girardeau County complete the upgrade of voting equipment to meet requirements of the Help America Vote Act of 2002.

Misreading the law has state eying machines that hinder elections (NY)    Story Here  Archive
Opinion LAWRENCE NORDEN & JEREMY CREELAN NY Daily News 22 November 2005
New York is about to purchase new voting machines. Unfortunately, the New York State Board of Elections has taken the position that the state may only choose from among the most expensive, error-prone and inaccessible machines available.

Group works to mobilize disabled vote (PA)    Story Here  Archive
DIANA FISHLOCK The Patriot-News 22 November 2005

Kelly Anthony has heard the predictions: NASCAR dads are going to decide this election. Soccer moms will decide that election. She wants to hear that people with disabilities are going to decide the 2008 presidential election.



Lee County buys new, used voting machines (MS)    Story Here  Archive
SANDI P. BEASON Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal 22 November 2005
TUPELO - Lee County voters will see new machines and equipment when they go to the polls in June.

Critics pan Diebold voting machines (CA)    Story Here  Archive
Ian Hoffman ANG News 22 November 2005
SACRAMENTO ? With a quarter of California counties poised to buy Diebold's latest touch-screen voting system, critics of Diebold urged its rejection Monday as open to fraud and inaccessible to handicapped voters.

Counties await voting machines (WI)    Story Here  Archive
Paul Ferguson Portage Daily Register 21 November 2005
County clerks in Marquette and Columbia counties foresee difficulties as the state switches to new voting machines and procedures brought about by the Help America Vote Act of 2002.

Local Recount Costs Should Be Minimal (VA)    Story Here  Archive
Jessica Sabbath The Winchester Star 21 November 2005
Electoral boards statewide will likely have to complete and pay for a vote recount in what appears to be the closest statewide election in Virginia?s history.

Get the vote right (NY)    Story Here  Archive
Editorial Elmira Star-Gazette 20 November 2005
A year from now Twin Tiers voters and the rest of New York will walk into polling places and cast their ballots on new machines. But what kind will they be, and when voters walk out how certain can they be that their votes have counted?

Residents: New voting system needs paper trail (Chester Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
GINA ZOTTI Chester Daily Local 20 November 2005
WEST GOSHEN County residents urged the Voting System Task Force to pick a voting machine that would produce a paper trail.

Voting-machine firm good fit, Daniels says (AR)    Story Here  Archive
MICHAEL R. WICKLINE Arkansas Democrat Gazette 20 November 2005
A committee appointed by Secretary of State Charlie Daniels gave a higher score to a Texas company than to the Nebraska firm to which he awarded a $ 15 million-or-so contract to provide Arkansas counties with new voting machines.

Election woes (continued) (Lucas Co., OH)    Story Here  Archive
Editorial Toledo Blade 20 November 2005
Although delayed results are not the worst problem that can happen in an election, the first experiment with electronic voting machines clearly points to a need for the Lucas County Board of Elections to isolate the problems that occurred Nov. 8 and make it clear to voters what went right and what went wrong. The problems cannot simply be waved off until the next general election in 2006.

NAACP vote hearing details new flaws (Lucas Co., OH)    Story Here  Archive
JANE SCHMUCKER Toledo Blade 20 November 2005
In the midst of three hours of testimony detailing confusion and frustration in Lucas County's Nov. 8 election, Eddie Small's story drew gasps from a panel of elected officials and NAACP leaders yesterday.

After four-hour hearing, Foster still mayor-elect (Pasquotank Co., NC)    Story Here  Archive
LAUREN KING , The Virginian-Pilot 19 November 2005
ELIZABETH CITY ? After more than four hours of testimony and deliberation, the Pasquotank County Board of Elections decided to dismiss Councilman Bill Lehmann?s protest of the Nov. 8 mayoral run-off.

Blondin observes new voting machines (CT)    Story Here  Archive
KARSTEN STRAUSS, Register Citizen 19 November 2005
SOUTHBURY - Former Secretary of the State candidate Audrey Blondin attended a demonstration of new electronic voting machines in Southbury town hall Friday.

Voting machine company sued (NC)    Story Here  Archive
Lynn Bonner News-Observer 19 November 2005
Voting machine companies should have to abide by a new law requiring they turn over information on how their systems work, a Winston-Salem woman says in a court filing.

Paper ballot is still king in some parts of the state (MN)    Story Here  Archive
Kevin Duchschere, Minneapolis Star Tribune 19 November 2005
Despite new laws requiring more use of electronic voting machines, old-fashioned ballots remain an alternative.

Judge orders recount for Franklin (Franklin Township, NJ)    Story Here  Archive
Pete McCarthy Gloucester County Times 18 November 2005
A recount was ordered on Thursday to confirm a two-vote victory for Democrat committee candidate Kenneth Gallagher Jr. in Franklin Township.

Funds awarded to improve voter independence at polls (Callaway Co., MO)    Story Here  Archive
JON HETZEL The Fulton Sun 18 November 2005
A $152,000 one-time, federal fund was awarded to assist the county in updating its voting equipment, especially for voters who need assistance at the polls.

State asks 10 counties for manual vote recount (Colorado)    Story Here  Archive
DANIE HARRELSON The Daily Sentinel 17 November 2005
Ten counties in Colorado are racing the clock to get their Nov. 1 election results to the state on time.

Freeholders choose the Sequoia Advantage for Essex elections    Story Here  Archive
ERICA ZARRA Montclair Times 17 November 2005
After six months of debate and extended deadlines, a decision has finally been reached in the battle of the ballot box builders.

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