Election Poll Printouts Found at Gas Station (Lucas Co., OH) Story Here Archive
November 11, 2005 - Mistake, misunderstanding, or something else? There are a lot of questions about some voting documents from Tuesday's election that turned up in a gas station parking lot.
'Human error' creates doubt about failed vote in Carlisle (Montgomery County, OH) Story Here Archive
CARLISLE | A judge may have to determine what to do about "human error" that may have contributed to the apparent defeat of a tax levy here Tuesday, Montgomery County's top elections official said.
Machines delay ballot counting (Somerset Co., PA) Story Here Archive
Somerset County officials are continuing a yearlong search for new vote-counting machines, a day after a frustratingly long election that didn?t end until nearly 4 a.m. Wednesday.
Vote count goes all night (Montgomery Co., OH) Story Here Archive
DAYTON ? Montgomery County election results trickled in throughout the night Tuesday, a far cry from the image of the new computer-based voting systems quickly zipping out results minutes after the polls closed.
Under-votes alter election (Rome, GA) Story Here Archive
If challenger Sylvia Morgan had just received nine of the more than 4,400 unused votes in the Rome Board of Education election Tuesday, she would have earned a seat.
Human errors hamper voting (Wichita Co., TX) Story Here Archive
First thing Tuesday morning, Lisa McCarty headed off to the election polls at McGaha Elementary School with her 11 year-old daughter, Kati, in tow.
Machine fails to tally vote in precinct (Spotsylvania, VA) Story Here Archive
By about 10 p.m. Tuesday night, all but one of the Spotsylvania County precincts had reported their results to the voter registration office.
Peoria researches new voting option (Illinois) Story Here Archive
PEORIA - The two voting members of the Peoria Board of Election Commissioners couldn't reach an agreement on which company to purchase new voting machines from, so they're looking in another direction.
Clermont vote counters pull all-nighter with malfunctions (Clermont Story Here Archive
BATAVIA - More than 12 hours after polls closed Tuesday night, Clermont County election officials still were tallying votes.
Ohio vote tallies ? a touch slow Story Here Archive
Technology got the better of some Ohio counties that tried new touch-screen voting equipment for the first time Tuesday.
State's lack of paper-ballot option viewed as big mistake (New York) Story Here Archive
ALBANY ? The state could be on the verge of making a historic mistake by failing to give counties a chance to buy voting machines that count paper ballots and forcing them instead to buy electronic machines, a group of lawmakers, union members and activists said Monday.
State plans to investigate voting chaos; Tuesday's problems are latest for Lucas County (Ohio) Story Here Archive
With the final Lucas County vote count from Tuesday's election not released until 9 a.m. yesterday - the last among Ohio's 88 counties - state officials say they plan to investigate the county's board of elections.
State to probe performance of Toledo election board (Lucas Co., OH) Story Here Archive
TOLEDO, Ohio - The state plans to investigate the Lucas County Board of Elections after the final vote count from Tuesday's election was not released until 9 a.m. Wednesday, the last among Ohio's 88 counties.
Deep-rooted Voting Irregularities Persist, Watchdogs Say Story Here Archive
Nov 10 - Although this was an "off-term" election year, voting-rights advocates, computer scientists, and politicians watched the process closely as more districts used electronic voting machines, which many blame for irregularities during the 2004 presidential election.
San Joaquin County has election night d?j? vu (California) Story Here Archive
STOCKTON Final results from Tuesday's special election were delayed by at least a half-hour in San Joaquin County early Wednesday after a computer disk containing ballots from a Stockton precinct disappeared.
Software error forces recount in close race for district judge (Cumberland Co., PA) Story Here Archive
CARLISLE - A computer programming error is prompting an emergency vote recount today that officials say could change the result of the close race for Carlisle district judge.
Ballots didn?t allow straight party vote (Georgetown Co., SC) Story Here Archive
No surprises came to light in the vote certification of municipal elections Thursday morning. Georgetown County Democratic Party Chairman Nancy Kolman gave the election board a letter of complaint over the set-up of the touch-screen election machines. Members of the Georgetown County Board of Voter Registration and Elections met at 9 a.m. to review the unofficial results, consider a few provisional ballots and certify results. They were sworn in as the Board of Canvassers to certify the vote.
Count on recount in E. City mayor?s race (Pasquotank Co., VA) Story Here Archive
ELIZABETH CITY ? The Rev. Charles L. Foster remained the unofficial winner of the run off for mayor with 17 more votes than Councilman Bill Lehmann, who has already requested a recount and plans to file at least one protest.
County officials embarrassed by slow count (Ohio) Story Here Archive
CINCINNATI - Election boards in some Ohio counties are irate and embarrassed by vote-counting delays that held up results for hours, and state officials said Thursday they will try to find out what went wrong.
Poll workers share ballot box woes (Montgomery Co., OH) Story Here Archive
Poll workers who toiled at the Montgomery County polling places for 14 hours and more during Tuesday's election say elections officials are unrealistic to ask for them to finish tabulating and closing down the polling stations in 30 minutes when the voting is done.