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OK to clear data from voting machines    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 13 January 2005
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The New Mexico secretary of state Wednesday gave the green light to county clerks to clear November election data from voting machines - despite a pending dispute over the accuracy of presidential race results.

Whatcom joins 5 other 'mail vote only' counties    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 13 January 2005
BELLINGHAM Whatcom County has joined the very short list of Washington counties where voting is done only by mail.

County goes vote-by-mail    Story Here  Archive
Jon Gambrell, The Bellingham Herald 13 January 2005
Poll voting is no more in Whatcom County.

Consolidation plan eliminates 127 voting precincts    Story Here  Archive
James Conmy, The Citizens' Voice 13 January 2005
A consolidation plan that eliminates 127 voting precincts and saves approximately $175,000 was unanimously approved Wednesday by the Luzerne County Board of Elections.

Sham Recount Process on Diebold E-voting Machines    Story Here  Archive
Kansas City infoZine 13 January 2005
Berkeley, CA - A close proposition referendum will come under court examination in a case that highlights major problems with conducting a recount using Diebold electronic voting machines. Berkeley Measure R, the Patient's Access to Medical Cannabis Act of 2004, lost by only 191 votes after the regular election on November 2, 2004. Under the law, the proponents were entitled to seek a recount, which they did.

Board wants out of vote machine contract    Story Here  Archive
Nick Claussen Athens News 13 January 2005
The Athens County Board of Elections is discussing electronic voting machines again, but this time is hoping that the county won't be forced to purchase any of them.

Ohio Secretary of State responds to Conyers? letters on Ohio voting irregularities    Story Here  Archive
John Byrne | RAW STORY 13 January 2005
In a terse, one line statement, the office of Republican Ohio Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell responded to a RAW STORY inquiry on the 102-page report on Ohio voting problems prepared by the Democratic staff of the House Judiciary Committee.

Conyers to Blackwell: This is your response to first electoral challenge in state?s history?    Story Here  Archive
John Byrne | RAW STORY 13 January 2005
In response to an attack by Ohio Republican Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell on the motivation of Rep. John Conyers? (D-Mich.) investigation into Ohio voting irregularities, Conyers expressed his frustration in a brief email to RAW STORY Thursday evening.

Election Irregularities In Snohomish County WA    Story Here  Archive
Press Release VotersUnite.org ScoopNZ 13 January 2005
Port Ludlow, WA. Jan. 6, 2005. VotersUnite.Org announces the release of a new report completed by Paul R. Lehto, Attorney at Law, and Dr. Jeffrey Hoffman, Ph.D. The report summarizes the results of their detailed study of the general election in Snohomish County, Washington. Based on weeks of work, during which they pored over thousands of documents obtained in open records requests from Snohomish County, the report reveals evidence of irregularities that strongly suggest the possibility of electronic voting machine fraud.

Union supervisor not so sure.    Story Here  Archive
Bradford County Telegraph. By James Redmond. January 13, 2005.
Union County Supervisor of Elections Barbara "Babs" Montpetit is not sure the county would benefit from such changes. "We're already paying four times what we used to for elections," said Montpetit.

Election panel debates ?fraud?    Story Here  Archive
Craig Boerner Nashville City Paper 12 January 2005
The Davidson County Election Commission is debating whether to forward potential cases of perjury or election fraud during the November presidential election to District Attorney General Torry Johnson?s office.

Department of State to examine voting machines    Story Here  Archive
BOB NIEDBALA Observer Reporter 12 January 2005
The Pennsylvania Department of State will examine electronic voting systems in three counties, including Greene, after receiving a petition questioning whether the systems may be susceptible to fraud or malfunctions.

New state elections director appointed    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 12 January 2005
Marquez has worked for six years for Automated Election Services, a company in Rio Rancho that provides elections-related products including voting machines, ballots and software. He is a former elections director in the McKinley County clerk's office.

Water damages 100 voting machines in Gaston County    Story Here  Archive
KAREN CIMINO Charlotte Observer 12 January 2005
GASTONIA - Water from a malfunctioning toilet may have destroyed 100 of Gaston County's 339 voting machines, causing about $500,000 damage over the weekend.

Judge to decide Perry County election challenge    Story Here  Archive
Kathy Thompson Bucyrus Times-Recorder 12 January 2005
NEW LEXINGTON A judge hopes to decide by the end of the month whether a challenge to Larry Householder's election as Perry County auditor is valid.

Commentary: Poll reform    Story Here  Archive
Matt Brix Common Cause NM in the Albuquerque Journal 12 January 2005
2004 fiasco highlights need for changes before, during and after Election Day in New Mexico

No electronic voting for Ohio    Story Here  Archive
Cindi Andrews Cincinnati Enquirer 12 January 2005
COLUMBUS - Ohio is abandoning electronic voting in favor of lower-tech, lower-cost optical-scan equipment, Secretary of State Ken Blackwell announced today.

Secretaries of state to debate call for making post nonpartisan    Story Here  Archive
ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS Associated Press 12 January 2005
COLUMBUS, Ohio - States' top elections officials, accused of playing partisan politics, are hearing calls for changing the nature of their office.

N.M. OK to clear data from voting machines.    Story Here  Archive
Tri-City Herald.com. January 12, 2005. The Associated Press
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The New Mexico secretary of state Wednesday gave the green light to county clerks to clear November election data from voting machines - despite a pending dispute over the accuracy of presidential race results.

Election challenge blocked    Story Here  Archive
BRAD SHANNON THE OLYMPIAN 11 January 2005
Senate Democrats on Monday defeated the first of several Republican moves planned to delay or invalidate Democrat Christine Gregoire's 129-vote victory over Republican Dino Rossi in Washington's legally contested governor's race. Republicans such as Senate Minority Leader Bill Finkbeiner said legislators should give courts time to sort out accusations of voting-system flaws, while Democrats said it's time to move on and deal with court rulings later if they come up and toss Gregoire out of office.

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