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'Daily Voting News' For November 14, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

In Carteret, numbers change but results remain the same (NC)    Story Here  Archive
ENCToday.com. November 14, 2008. by Jannette Pippin, Daily News Staff
BEAUFORT - Some numbers went up and a few went down, but the results for Election 2008 in Carteret County remain the same following Friday's final tally.

Smith clinches third county commissioner seat (NC)    Story Here  Archive
The News Herald. November 14, 2008. By Julie N. Chang
"(The election) was remarkably trouble-free given the number of people that were voting," he said. The only problem occurred during early voting when paper jams occurred on some of the electronic machines, Suttlemyre said, and those issues were sorted out before Election Day.

'Daily Voting News' For November 13, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Revised numbers add to turnout in Craven election (NC)    Story Here  Archive
Sue Book ENC Today.Com 13 November 2008
At least 3,643 more votes were cast in Craven County than originally reported in unofficial election results, bringing the voter turnout up from 60.65 to 65.2 percent.

Canvass finalizes election results (NC)    Story Here  Archive
The Daily Reflector. November 13, 2008. By Ginger Livingston
Davis said Monday, election staff had found several people who registered through the Division of Motor Vehicles but their names were never sent to the local election office.

Rogers requests total recount; Danielson clings to lead by 14 votes (IA)    Story Here  Archive
JENS MANUEL KROGSTAD WCF Courier 13 November 2008
After an administrative recount of two precincts, Democratic incumbent Jeff Danielson’s lead over Republican challenger Walt Rogers has dwindled to a minuscule 14 votes. The final tally before any recounts showed Danielson with a 17-vote lead in the Senate District 10 race. More than 32,000 votes were cast.

More DC Voting Problems (DC)    Story Here  Archive
Bruce Johnson WUSA9 11 November 2008
DC Councilmember Mary M. Cheh, Chairperson of the Council Board of Elections and Ethics Special Committee, after reviewing the November 4, 2008 general election results, has determined that there are irregularities that suggest systemic problems in the District's election software.

Voting machine mistake mars treasurer's election (VA)    Story Here  Archive
TIM DAVIS/Star-Tribune 11 November 2008
However, county election officials said some voters - no one seems to know how many - may have left polling places last Tuesday morning without voting for treasurer because the candidates were not on electronic ballots.

'Daily Voting News' For November 12, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Attorney’s race to see hand recount (KS)    Story Here  Archive
The Morning Sun. November 12, 2008. By KEVIN FLAHERTY
GIRARD — Close to 16,000 votes will be recounted by hand in the upcoming days in a Crawford County Attorney’s race separated by just 14 votes.

Greenbrier canvass is halted (WV)    Story Here  Archive
Christian Giggenbach The Register-Herald 11 November 2008
LEWISBURG — Election officials Monday in Greenbrier County halted the canvassing of last week’s general election after a discrepancy of more than 300 votes was found in totals from last Tuesday’s unofficial count.

'Daily Voting News' For November 11, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

DC Council Member Uncovers Flaws in Last Week's Voting (DC)    Story Here  Archive
NBC Washington. November 11, 2008. by Mary M. Cheh
A D.C. council member who heads a special investigative committee is demanding answers about missing and incomplete voting results.

Officials to look at voting issues: Long lines at some precincts a concern (SC)    Story Here  Archive
GoUpstate.com. November 10, 2008. By Jason Spencer
Julie Frates' story about her Election Day experience isn't uncommon, particularly among voters in the northern part of Spartanburg County: She waited in line for hours, watching other voters grow frustrated and leave before casting a ballot.

'Daily Voting News' For November 10, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon

A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues



After Citizenship Challenges, Ballots Thrown Out in Georgia    Story Here  Archive
TPM Muckraker. November 10, 2008. By Zachary Roth
A significant number of the almost 5000 Georgia voters whose citizenship was challenged before the election will not have their ballots counted.

New Voting Machines Falter, Could Cost Big Bucks (NY)    Story Here
WPTZ.com. November 10, 2008
Essex County Elections Commissioner Lew Sanders said big problems with the new scanning voter machines for the disabled may translate into problems for all voters come next election.

Vote recount stokes county's suspicions (FL)    Story Here  Archive
Alex Leary St Petersburgh Times 08 November 2008
Two days after the polls closed, an orange bag filled with ballots was discovered at the elections office in this small, Old Florida town in the shadow of Tallahassee.

County officials fix old glitch, find possible new one (KS)    Story Here  Archive
KEVIN FLAHERTY The Morning Sun 09 November 2008
The Crawford County Clerk's office discovered the reason for a problem that affected one race Saturday, but may have found another problem to work on. Election officials and members of both parties gathered at 405 E. McKay starting at 9 a.m. to test out scanners used to tally votes in Tuesday's General Election, to both try to fix an existing problem and to troubleshoot for others. They were successful on both fronts, finding a solution to a programming error discovered earlier this week, while finding another potential problem with scanning for the Arma Sales Tax question.

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