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Taps ES&S to Provide Voting Systems in 20 Counties    Story Here  Archive
Media Release 28 October 2005
New Voting Technology Will Serve Nearly 80% of Registered Voters Statewide

Merced County voters urged to ?get it on paper? (Merced Co., CA)    Story Here  Archive
Central Valley Business Times 28 October 2005
With the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot fast approaching, the California Voter Foundation is urging voters in nine electronic voting counties ? including Merced County in the Central Valley to "Get it on paper."

Electronic voting comes with a price tag for county (Luzerne Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
James Conmy The Citizens Voice 26 October 2005
Luzerne County's conversion to electronic voting in 2006 could cost taxpayers at least $1 million more than originally anticipated.

City office workers test voting methods (MA)    Story Here  Archive
Galen Moore / Daily News Tribune 26 October 2005
WALTHAM City Clerk's office employees on Monday got their first look at a voting machine that could be adopted statewide in 2006.

Hand counting is history in Nebraska elections    Story Here  Archive
NANCY HICKS / Lincoln Journal Star 26 October 2005
Each election night Sherman County Clerk Deb Mitteis waits patiently while 26 poll workers count almost 1,700 ballots.

Is Arizona's Speaker of the House afraid of what might happen if the truth is learned    Story Here  Archive
John Dougherty Phoenix New Times 27 October 2005
State Republican Senator Jack Harper's enraging a powerful legislator with his determined effort to get to the bottom of a potentially explosive vote-counting scandal at the Maricopa County Elections Department.

Optical-scan voting system OK'd (St. Charles Co., MO)    Story Here  Archive
Mark Schlinkmann ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 25 October 2005
The St. Charles County Council on Monday signed off on a new optical-scan voting system that could be in use at polling places as soon as February

A turn of the ballot (Tulare Co., CA)    Story Here  Archive
Aaron Burgin, The Porterville Recorder 25 October 2005
Daniel Fearnside, 9, stepped up to the computer kiosk. After reading several instructions, he was able to cast ?votes? for several mock initiatives and candidates. It took him all but two minutes.

New voting equipment to utilize paper ballots (Brown Co., TX)    Story Here  Archive
Candace Cooksey Fulton ? Brownwood Bulletin 25 October 2005
Brown County voters will continue to vote by tried and true paper ballots in future elections, but technological and electronic additions are being made to the system.

Nebraska Selects ES&S to Provide Statewide Optical Scan Voting System    Story Here  Archive
Media Release 25 October 2005
OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 25 /PRNewswire/ Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale
announced today that the state has chosen Nebraska-based Election Systems &
Software, Inc. (ES&S) to implement a new statewide optical scan voting system.
ES&S will implement the new voting system in each county throughout the state,
totaling 93 counties.


Hart InterCivic Introduces the Technologically Advanced and Federally Certified eScan Digital Ballot Imaging System for Precinct Voting    Story Here  Archive
Media Release 25 October 2005
AUSTIN eScan's Digital Voting Technology is More Accurate and Secure than Optical Scanning Systems  

State to upgrade election equipment (Nebraska)    Story Here  Archive
KEVIN O'HANLON / The Associated Press 25 October 2005
Nebraska will spend nearly $11 million for new election equipment to count ballots in the state?s 93 counties, Secretary of State John Gale said Tuesday.

GAO questions progress on e-voting standards    Story Here  Archive
Grant Gross IDG News 24 October 2005
Questions about the security and accuracy of electronic voting systems are likely to continue into the 2006 national elections, because the U.S. government has not yet completed work on electronic voting guidelines, according to a new government report.

You Can Vote, But The Election?s Over    Story Here  Archive
Charu Gupta Cleveland Free Times 24 October 2005
MONDAY?S CUYAHOGA COUNTY Board of Election forum at Myers University on electronic voting had all the trappings of a public hearing: an attentive panel, a podium and microphone for citizens to speak, video cameras and a court reporter. But what it didn?t offer ? a chance to influence the board ? weighed heavily on the minds of many in attendance.

Smudge on ballot puts kink in vote-counting (Eagle Co., CO)    Story Here  Archive
Scott N. Miller Vail Daily 24 October 2005

This is why they practice. During testing of the county?s voting equipment last week, Eagle County Clerk and Recorder Teak Simonton and her crew discovered a glitch.



Nueces County unveils new voting machines (Nueces Co., TX)    Story Here  Archive
Dave Froehlich KRISTV 24 October 2005
CORPUS CHRISTI - This year's election marks the first time Nueces County is using a new federally mandated electronic voting machine. 6 News checked in with County Clerk Diana Barrera for a closer look at how these machines work.

Pa. rejects Patriot voting system again (Pennsylvania)    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 24 October 2005
HARRISBURG, Pa. - For the second time this year, a touch-screen voting system used by three western Pennsylvania counties has failed to be certified by the state.

NEW VOTING DEVICES NOT NECESSARY (Connecticut)    Story Here  Archive
Ryan Blessing - The Westerly (RI) Sun 23 October 2005
N. STONINGTON - The town's first man has joined Attorney General Richard Blumenthal in criticizing a federal decision that could force Connecticut to replace up to 3,300 lever-style voting machines before the 2006 election.

New election system could cost Putnam voters $70,000 (Putnam Co., OH)    Story Here  Archive
DAVID TRINKO Lima News 23 October 2005
OTTAWA ? An elections board official in Putnam County expressed his frustration with the ?boneheads in Columbus? who mandated a new elections system that could cost the county $50,000 to $70,000.

Wood proceeds with touch screen voting (Wood Co., WV)    Story Here  Archive
PAMELA BRUST Parkersburgh News and Sentinel 22 October 2005
PARKERSBURG - Wood County commissioners on Thursday took the next step toward purchase of the county's new touch screen elections equipment.

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