Voting upgrades worry counties (Pennsylvania) Story Here Archive
MARIENVILLE The fall political campaigns are just heating up, but county officials in northwestern Pennsylvania already are worrying about 2006 elections.
BETTY IRELAND: Cabell has many voting system choices (Cabell Co., WV) Story Here Archive
West Virginia is going through a very important transition relating to voting machines.
State set to buy 600 more electronic voting machines for counties (Nevada) Story Here Archive
The Board of Examiners will vote today to approve the purchase of another 602 electronic voting machines for Nevada's counties.
California puts voting machines through paces (Mendocino Co., CA) Story Here Archive
California will put the tools of democracy to perhaps the most rigorous testing of any state, ordering voting-machine makers to surrender their proprietary software for security reviews and supply dozens of their machines for mass, mock-election tests
Fort Bend prepares to unveil voting equipment (Fort Bend Co., TX) Story Here Archive
Fort Bend County's newly acquired voting machines will resemble a typical household appliance far more than any computer, said Elections Administrator Steve Raborn.
Officials want to blaze a paper trail (Clark Co., NV) Story Here Archive
Election officials hope Clark County voters won't be left hanging like chads when it comes to the availability of "paper trail" voting machines.
Battle brews over voting system (St. Louis Co., MO) Story Here Archive
The St. Louis County Election Board is advertising for bids for a new voting system that could cost roughly $12 million - a price tag that's $5 million more than some county officials say they can afford.
Few faulty ballots found (Snohomish Co., WA) Story Here Archive
It used to be that voter errors meant hundreds of rejected absentee ballots. But with the recent state election reforms, more than 1,000 primary election voters in Snohomish County got a second chance.
Electronic voting machines arrive in county (Brazoria Co., TX) Story Here Archive
ANGLETON ? If you ever wanted to vote for Abraham Lincoln, now?s your chance.
County to switch voting systems (Champaign Co., IL) Story Here Archive
URBANA ? Champaign County voters have used the stylus and punch card for the last time. Champaign County is about to buy a $1.1 million optical-scan system that will let voters know when they have voted for too many candidates ? and also will allow for much quicker and highly accurate counting of ballots.
Ballot box will feature new look for next election Story Here Archive
Regardless whether recommendations from the Commission on Federal Election Reform are implemented, the ballot box will look different come the next election.
Bill: Paper trail required (California) Story Here Archive
Turning aside opposition from state and local elections officials, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger late Friday signed a bill requiring hand counts of paper printouts from electronic voting machines as a check for accuracy.
New way to vote on horizon for county (Sangamon Co., IL) Story Here Archive
The electronic voting machines that are likely to replace the punch-card system in elections in Sangamon County were designed with a nudge from a longtime member of the board of election commissioners of Peoria.
County voters to see changes (Brown Co., TX) Story Here Archive
Electronic voting machines should be available for use in Brown County next year, county election officials said Friday.
County awaits OK of new voting booths (Luzerne Co., PA) Story Here Archive
Luzerne County officials only have seven months to and order electronic voting machines, teach workers and the public how to use them and find a climate-controlled space to store them.
California to put e -voting to the test Story Here Archive
California is putting the tools of democracy to perhaps the most rigorous testing of any state, ordering voting-machine makers to surrender their proprietary software for security reviews and supply dozens of their machines for mass, mock-election tests.
County voting faces more woes (Boulder Co., CO) Story Here Archive
BOULDER ? Despite assurances that Boulder County?s $1.4 million ballot-counting system would operate smoothly in the upcoming election, the equipment will not be trusted to properly read ballots where a fold passes through a ballot item, elections officials said Friday.
Parties spar on who pays for elections (Dutchess Co., NY) Story Here Archive
A battle is brewing over whether towns and cities in Dutchess County will be forced to pay the county for its takeover of all elections operations, beginning next year.
Replacing voting machines will be costly without state aid (Connecticut) Story Here Archive
NORWALK Without state funding, it could cost Norwalk at least $280,000 to replace its lever-operated voting machines, city and state officials said.
E-voting fraud is an American issue Story Here Archive
So many topics, so little column space. And yet soooooo much e-mail. In the media, we talk of a story having ?legs,? meaning that it just keeps running. It seems the topic of electronic voting fraud is a centipede.