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Coalition for Voting Integrity considers electronic voting (Bucks Co., PA)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Wednesday, July 6, 2005
KRISTI FUNDERBURK Advance of Bucks County 06 July 2005
After an introductory speech on the importance of voting, a troubling microphone delayed the Coalition for Voting Integrity-sponsored forum last Monday evening, causing a room of Bucks County residents to become even more skeptical of the possibility of switching from lever to electronic voting machines.


Ballots lost in voting machine draw state attention (North Carolina)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Tuesday, July 5, 2005
Barry Smith New Bern Sun Journal 05 July 2005
RALEIGH - The memory of the 4,438 lost ballots in a voting machine in Carteret County may have faded in some people's minds. But the effort to provide a paper trail for North Carolina voters remains alive.

Change to elections act could impact area (North Carolina)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Tuesday, July 5, 2005
Zac Goldstein New Bern Sun Journal 05 July 2005
Sometimes, a few key words can make all the difference. Election reform advocates are up in arms after the North Carolina Senate Judiciary Committee decided June 23 to modify the Public Confidence in Elections Act.

Will voting machines make special election suspect? (California)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Tuesday, July 5, 2005
THOMAS D. ELIAS Opinion The Daily Independent 05 July 2005
Even before Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger officially called a special election for Nov. 8, his critics ascribed the action to a desire to rebuild and buff his image through unlimited campaign spending - which would not be allowed if he had let his pet measures slide until next June's regularly scheduled primary.

Voting machines to be demonstrated (Delaware Co., IN)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Monday, July 4, 2005
KEITH ROYSDON Muncie Star Press 04 July 2005
MUNCIE - Beginning with the Delaware County Fair later this month and continuing through the end of the year into 2006, local voters will get a chance to see the new electronic voting system they will use beginning in next year's elections.

The future of voting (Mesa Co., CO)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Monday, July 4, 2005
GARY HARMON Gary Harmon 04 July 2005
Voting is changing in ways not anticipated even five years after the disputed election of 2000, which made chads a household word.

Volusia blind voters sue for touchscreen voting (Volusia Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Monday, July 4, 2005
Associated Press 05 July 2005
Blind voters sued the Volusia County election supervisor Tuesday in an effort to force a switch to touchscreen voting machines, claiming the current optical scan system denied them equal access because they need help to use it.

Touch-screen voting machines roll in (Trumbull Co., OH)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, July 3, 2005
Youngstown Vindicator 03 July 2005
WARREN ? Forget about lining up a stylus to punch holes in a card. Come November's general election, Trumbull County voters will point at a screen.

Voting changes coming (North Carolina)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, July 3, 2005
Barry Smith and Chris Mazzolini Jacksonville Daily News 03 July 2005
The memory of the 4,438 lost ballots in a voting machine in Carteret County may have faded in some people's minds, but the effort to provide a paper trail for North Carolina voters is still alive.

Victor Landa: Elections deserve respect and accuracy (San Antonio, TX)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, July 3, 2005
Victor Landa San Antonio Express News 03 July 2005

It turns out I wasn't exactly right. It turns out I got some of it wrong. I'll get to the wrong stuff first, for the sake of expediency, contrition and truth. Last Monday, I wrote a column about electronic voting and how the central issue in the ongoing debate over paper trails and computerized voting machines was trust. I still believe that. That hasn't changed. But there were two or three things in the piece that were slightly askew.



Foot-dragging by state on voting booths leaves county clerks in lurch (Wisconsin)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, July 3, 2005
Robert Ireland The Fon Du Lac Reporter 03 July 2005
With approximately five months until federal law will require every municipality in Wisconsin to have voting booths with handicapped accessibility, the state has not yet approved a single piece of specialized voting equipment.

Touch-screen voting hasn't been 'sold' to officials (Mississippi)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, July 3, 2005
Eric Stringfellow The Clarion-Ledger 03 July 2005
Secretary of State Eric Clark's exuberance ? given what's at stake ? over new voting machines was understandable.

Crist warns Volusia officials about disabled voters' rights (Volusia Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Saturday, July 2, 2005
Kevin P. Connolly Orlando Sentinel 02 July 2005
DELAND Attorney General Charlie Crist put Volusia on notice this week that he is keeping a close watch on the county's debate over disability-accessible voting machines.

Touch-screen fracas brewing (Volusia Co., FL)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, July 1, 2005
JAMES MILLER Daytona News-Journal 01 July 2005
DELAND A day after the Volusia County Council rejected touch-screen machines because they don't use a paper ballot, the decision reverberated in DeLand and Tallahassee.

Thompson raises concerns about purchase of new voting machines (Mississippi)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, July 1, 2005
EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Associated Press 01 July 2005
JACKSON, Miss. - U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson is criticizing plans to buy thousands of new electronic voting machines in Mississippi in the next few months, saying he fears the equipment could be unreliable.

County stands firm on election paper trail    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, June 30, 2005
JAMES MILLER Daytona Beach News-Journal 30 June 2005
DELAND Their attorney said they should do it, but Volusia County council members said no.

County rejects touch screens    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, June 30, 2005
Kevin P. Connolly Orlando Sentinel 30 June 2005
DELAND A slim majority of County Council members on Wednesday voted against buying controversial touch-screen voting machines, practically assuring a legal challenge from advocates for the disabled.

State makes plans for new voting machines    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, June 30, 2005
Eric Stringfellow The Clarion Ledger 30 June 2005

Secretary of State Eric Clark sounded like he'd just hit the jackpot. "Do you have all afternoon? I can talk about this stuff for hours," Clark said in response to a question about the connection between new voting machines and accurate voter registration rolls.



Computers won't get a vote of confidence    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, June 30, 2005
J. D. Mullane PhillyBurbs 30 June 2005
If, after attending this week's "Voting Integrity Forum" at the county courthouse, you believe the gravest threat to democracy is the computerized voting machine, who could blame you?

Verified Voting advocate explains voting machine options (New York)    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, June 30, 2005
PENNY STICKNEY Oneida Dispatch 30 June 2005
ONEIDA - A forum was held Wednesday night about the Help America Vote Act at the city hall. Bo Lipari of New Yorkers for Verified Voting presented the pros and cons of the paper ballot and optical scan voting machine.

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