ES&S to Continue 20-Year History of Improving Election Process in Arkansas Story Here Archive
OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ Arkansas Secretary of State Charlie
Daniels has announced that the state has chosen Election Systems & Software,
Inc. (ES&S) to implement a new voting system statewide. Daniels previously
announced ES&S as the winning bidder to provide a statewide voter registration
system in January. ES&S has been providing election services in Arkansas for
more than 20 years.
Election Errors Threaten Future Voting Rights in New Mexico Story Here Archive
New Mexico rarely generates much national news. When it does, as in the Wen Ho Lee nuclear espionage investigation, it can be explosive.
New tools slated for '06 election (Morgan Co., CO) Story Here Archive
As the ballot-counting process was a timely one Tuesday night in the County administration building, county clerks experienced some mechanical shutdowns and scanning glitches which tacked on some extra time for when the election results were to be released.
Board mulls voting machines (Peoria, IL) Story Here Archive
PEORIA - The Peoria Board of Election Commissioners seemed to have it all figured out just a few short weeks ago.
Workers Handle Ballot Problems (Colorado) Story Here Archive
(CBS4) DENVER Colorado voters head to the polls Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to cast ballots on several state and local issues.
Officials vow smooth election (Boulder Co., CO) Story Here Archive
BOULDER ? Today?s ballot tally at the Boulder County clerk?s office will not resemble last year?s election train wreck, elections coordinator Josh Liss vowed Monday afternoon.
Voting precincts to use wireless technology (Montgomery Co., OH) Story Here Archive
Cincinnati Bell Inc. will provide wireless service to polling workers in the 548 precincts of the Montgomery County Board of Elections on Nov. 8, the company announced Tuesday.
SHORTAGE OF BALLOTS MARS ELECTION (El Paso Co., CO) Story Here Archive
Too Many Voters And Too Few Ballots Results In Many Voters Just Going Home While Other Choose To Wait
Voters Cast Their Ballots (Colorado) Story Here Archive
CBS4) DENVER Colorado voters will continue to head to the polls Tuesday until 7 p.m. to cast ballots on several state and local issues, including Referenda C and D.
E-voting machines are not always secure Story Here Archive
Although electronic voting machines have become a regular feature at the ballot box, a growing number of critics have raised concerns about the machines' security, reliability and accuracy.
E-voting Grows Without Consensus Story Here Archive
OCTOBER 31, 2005 (COMPUTERWORLD) - State and local election officials, looking to meet federal voting regulations, are buying electronic voting gear despite a lack of best practices guidance and money.
Louisiana to use same voting machines in all 64 parishes Story Here Archive
A California company has been chosen for a $35 million contract to supply Louisiana with 4,000 new voting machines, an upgrade that will lead to voters in all 64 parishes using the same type of touch-screen machine, the state's top elections official said Monday.
Dona Ana County Election Problems (New Mexico) Story Here Archive
They were poised to debut in the Las Cruces municipal election next week, but because of a programming error, the state-of-the-art voting machines will have to wait.
$8,000 sought to rent voting machines (Holyoke, MA) Story Here Archive
HOLYOKE - City Clerk Susan M. Egan has asked the City Council to appropriate $8,000 to pay for the rental of 16 optical-scanning voting machines used in the Oct. 11 city-wide preliminary election.
S.B. County voting machines test printers (San Bernardino Co., CA) Story Here Archive
On Nov. 8, as voters head to the polls, a close eye will be on San Bernardino County.
System targets disabled voters (Joliet, IL) Story Here Archive
JOLIET ? Rick Parrish of Joliet has been voting for 37 years, but he's never been able to mark his own ballot.
Putting it on paper (Greene Co., PA) Story Here Archive
WAYNESBURG ? Greene County voters will again be using the paper ballot system when they go to the polls Nov. 8.
Vote with just a touch (Stark Co., OH) Story Here Archive
For the first time, votes will be cast with electronic touch screen machines, culminating months of preparation.
$2M needed for ballot scans (Hamilton Co., OH) Story Here Archive
When the federal government ordered modern voting systems, it provided Hamilton County with $8.4 million to pay for them.
Commissioners OK new electronic voting machines (Gregg Co., TX) Story Here Archive
Gregg County commissioners on Thursday approved a contract that will take county voters into the electronic age. Beginning with next year's March primaries, all Gregg County-run balloting will be done on voting machines being purchased from Austin-based Hart Intercivic. The company's eSlate machines allow voters to cast their decisions without paper ballots.