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County's e-vote machines will produce paper record (San Bernardino Co., CA)    Story Here  Archive
Andrew Silva San Bernardino Sun 05 November 2005

Paper is back. After the voting debacle in Florida five years ago sent officials nationwide scrambling for a better way to cast ballots, electronic voting seemed a good way to ensure "hanging chads" would not taint a future election.



Touch-screens to tally votes for county (Augusta Co., VA)    Story Here  Archive
Joel Baird News Leader 05 November 2005
VERONA ? Nostalgia-minded voters in Augusta County will miss the massive mechanical appliances with levers and gears. This Election Day, they'll be greeted instead by a road-atlas-sized box with a touch-screen.

City attorney says he wants observer (San Diego, CA)    Story Here  Archive
Leslie Wolf Branscomb San Diego Union Tribune 05 November 2005
Just four days before the statewide special election, San Diego City Attorney Michael Aguirre has sent a letter to the county Registrar of Voters expressing "concerns" about Tuesday's voting.

58 voters get wrong ballots in Pinellas (Pinellas Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
CARRIE JOHNSON, St. Petersburg Times 04 November 2005
ST. PETERSBURG - Nearly 60 voters in the northern end of the city got a surprise in the mail after requesting absentee ballots for the upcoming municipal election.

Greene voters to again cast paper ballots (Greene Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
Josh Krysak, Uniontown Herald-Standard 04 November 2005
WAYNESBURG - Greene County residents will go to the polls at least one more time with pencils in hand rather than computers as the county continues to try and find a long-term replacement for the now defunct touch-screen system.

Proposal seeks to resolve voting-machine dilemma (Volusia Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
JAMES MILLER Volusia News-Journal 04 November 2005
DELAND Volusia County could be a step closer to resolving its voting machine problems.

Vote system could get OK this year (San Joaquin Co., CA)    Story Here  Archive
Greg Kane The Record 04 November 2005
STOCKTON California Secretary of State Bruce McPherson said during a tour of San Joaquin County's elections office Thursday that a controversial touchscreen voting system could be certified by the end of the year.

New technology allows voters to track their ballots (Washington)    Story Here  Archive
Steven Friederich - The Daily World 01 November 2005
When Grays Harbor County switched to an all vote-by-mail system over the summer, many voters expressed concern that the county might lose their ballots in the mail.

County election chief says ballot shortages are ?inexcusable? (El Paso Co., CO)    Story Here  Archive
PERRY SWANSON - THE Colorado Springs GAZETTE 03 November 2005
El Paso County?s top election official apologized Wednesday to those who waited up to several hours to vote after ballots ran short for Tuesday?s election.

Phantom votes haunt Pitkin County election officials (Pitkin Co., CO)    Story Here  Archive
Allyn Harvey Aspen Times 03 November 2005
Pitkin County election officials counted approximately 1,200 phantom votes Tuesday night but it did not affect any outcomes of the election.

Battle of the ballot boxes rages on (Essex Co., NJ)    Story Here  Archive
ERICA ZARRA The Montclair Times 03 November 2005

There appears to be a split ballot on voting machines. With their self-imposed September deadline long gone, Essex County officials still have not chosen a new electronic election machine, as the frontrunner machines? eligibility and credentials continue to be debated.



New voting booths to assist handicapped (Massachusetts)    Story Here  Archive
Michael Marotta Woburn Advocate 03 November 2005
Woburn has been ed as one of three communities to test a new voting system that enables voters with physical disabilities, visual impairments and literacy challenges to cast their votes.

Better than the lever? (New York)    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 03 November 2005
ALBANY - The state Board of Elections gave tentative approval yesterday to regulations governing new machines that are supposed to replace that icon of New York voting - the lever-action model.

Pa. certifies just 1 voting machine; county won?t buy    Story Here  Archive
Daniel Burke Lancaster New Era 03 November 2005
LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - In the statewide scramble to replace mechanical voting machines, only one thing is certain: Nov. 8 will be the last time Pennsylvanians cast their votes with a lever.

Ehrlich panel will weigh voting changes (Maryland)    Story Here  Archive
Thomas Dennison Maryland Business Gazette 02 November 2005
Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has appointed an election reform commission to review and make recommendations on several voting standards, including adding a paper receipt to Maryland touch-screen voting machines.

Third of voting system loans OK?d (West Virginia)    Story Here  Archive
Phil Kabler Charleston Gazette 02 November 2005
Acting as loan officers Tuesday, the state Election Commission approved only six of 18 applications from counties for loans to upgrade their voting systems.

Madigan frets about new voting machines (Peoria, IL)    Story Here  Archive
Phil Luciano Peoria Journal Star 02 November 2005
One ballot has already been cast on Peoria County's new voting machines

County faces voting machine dilemma (Lancaster Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
P.j. Reilly, Lancaster Intelligencer Journal 02 November 2005
LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - Lancaster County must decide by the end of the year which new voting machine it plans to buy if it's to qualify for $1.8 million in federal funding.

State board issues voting machine regs (New York)    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 02 November 2005
ALBANY, N.Y. The state Board of Elections gave tentative approval Wednesday to regulations governing new machines that are supposed to replace that icon of New York voting _ the lever-action model.

Give your vote on how county votes (York Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
TERESA ANN BOECKEL York Daily Record 02 November 2005
Voters will be able to try out a variety of electronic voting machines later this month to help York County election officials decide which one to buy.

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