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Make sure voters can count on system    Story Here  Archive
Opinion Indianapolis Star 22 December 2004
Our position is: Voters need assurance that when they go to the polls, their votes will count.

Recount goes to Bush    Story Here  Archive
CARL BURNETT JR. Lancaster Eagle Gazette 22 December 2004
LANCASTER President George W. Bush won by a 2-1 margin in Fairfield County, even after the official recount was completed Saturday.

Elections board's hot-selling records    Story Here  Archive
Mark Naymik Cleveland Plain Dealer 22 December 2004
Everybody wants a piece of Cuyahoga County's presidential election.

Major scandal evolves around e-voting machines in Russia    Story Here  Archive
Pravda 22 December 2004
On December 19th Russia's Arkhangelsky region hosted local Legislative Assembly elections. Several other major coastal towns were also electing new leaders of administration as well as local delegates at around the same time. The results shocked not only the actual candidates and voters but many members of the elections committee as well

Dems file suit to overturn Nov. 2 voting    Story Here  Archive
SANDY STUART The Bernardsville News 22 December 2004
In legal papers filed last Thursday, Dec. 15, Democratic candidate Allen Mass and the Democratic Municipal Committee asked the court to nullify the election results, which certify Republican Kurt Joerger as the winner by four votes.

2004 vote count smoother, still some problems    Story Here  Archive
Thomas Hargrove Scripps Howard News Service 22 December 2004
America did a much better job of counting its votes this year.

In 2004, New Mexico worst at counting votes    Story Here  Archive
JAMES W. BROSNAN Scripps Howard News Service 22 December 2004
The state with the worst record for counting votes in 2004 also was the state President Bush won by the fewest ballots - New Mexico.

In Ohio, almost 1 in 50 votes for president don't count    Story Here  Archive
MICHAEL COLLINS Scripps Howard News Service 22 December 2004
Here's something that has been largely overlooked amid all of the complaints about voting irregularities in Ohio during the Nov. 2 election:

In 2004, New Mexico worst at counting votes    Story Here  Archive
JAMES W. BROSNAN Scripps Howard News Service 22 December 2004
The state with the worst record for counting votes in 2004 also was the state President Bush won by the fewest ballots - New Mexico.

Public to be polled on use of electronic voting    Story Here  Archive
STEPHEN SINGER Associated Press 22 December 2004
HARTFORD, Conn. Connecticut residents will be polled in the spring on the use of electronic voting machines that are to make their debut in the November 2005 municipal elections.

Supreme Court hears arguments in recount dispute    Story Here  Archive
Rebecca Cook Associated Press 22 December 2004
OLYMPIA - The state Supreme Court today promised a speedy decision after hearing arguments over the fate of hundreds of mistakenly rejected ballots in Washington's incredibly close governor's race.

Rallies Will Demand Accurate Ohio Recount    Story Here  Archive
International Labor Communications Association 22 December 2004
The International Labor Communications Association is working with a broad coalition of organizations, including Rainbow/PUSH, Progressive Democrats of America, and ReDefeatBush.com to promote rallies in Columbus, Ohio, on Jan. 3, and Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6.

Election commission hears last pitch on vote machines    Story Here  Archive
Richard Duke Benton Courier 22 December 2004
The Saline County Election Commission, faced with having to revamp the county voting system by 2005, listened to the final presentation by independent companies about new and technologically advanced voting machines

Text of Supreme Court's decision    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 22 December 2004
The text of the Washington state Supreme Court's unanimous decision, written by Chief Justice Gerry Alexander and released Wednesday, allowing King County to add hundreds of mistakenly disqualified ballots to be added to the hand recount:

Expert: Fraud possible but no evidence it threw election    Story Here  Archive
JOHN McCARTHY Associated Press 22 December 2004
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The fraud alleged in a challenge to President Bush's victory may have occurred, but there is no evidence it was widespread enough to have thrown the election, a professor who studies voting systems said Wednesday.

Democrats cheer, Republicans growl    Story Here  Archive
ELIZABETH M. GILLESPIE ASSOCIATED PRESS 22 December 2004
SEATTLE It was a great day for Democrats - and cause for fighting words from Republicans.

Lead Tips to Democrat for Washington Governor    Story Here  Archive
SARAH KERSHAW New York Times 23 December 2004
SEATTLE, Dec. 22 - After a bitter and protracted recount fight in the Washington governor's race, elections officials announced Wednesday that the Democratic candidate, Christine O. Gregoire, was leading her Republican opponent by 10 votes - a minuscule margin but a stunning reversal of the Nov. 2 election results.

Observations from an election observer    Story Here  Archive
M.J. Willow FreePress 22 December 2004
COLUMBUS It was easier to walk into the Franklin County Board of Elections to witness the recount of votes than it was to get into a preview screening of "Finding Neverland." I totally expected to have to open my bag and be scanned by a metal detector when entering the building. Weeks earlier that happened to me when I went to Easton for a movie premier. I guess it's more important to make sure the citizenry isn't bootlegging movies. After all, we're no Warren County.

Gregoire urges Rossi: Let's accept result of hand recount    Story Here  Archive
CHRIS McGANN SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER 21 December 2004
OLYMPIA When two tabulations of the governor's race showed that Republican Dino Rossi had won, he said Democrat Christine Gregoire should do what's best for the state and concede.

Count the votes in King County    Story Here  Archive
Editorial Seattle Times 21 December 2004
One of the most fundamental beliefs of American citizens is that after they cast their ballots, election workers will do everything possible to count the votes.

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