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Run for Congress stymied by wrongly marked ballots    Story Here  Archive
Greg Moran San Diego Union Tribune 19 December 2004
For the candidate ? a maverick outsider mounting a last-minute, write-in campaign ? the elation of election night slowly turned to bitter defeat.

County needs law change to save money on equipment    Story Here  Archive
Pam Tharp Palladium Item 19 December 2004
LIBERTY, Ind. If Union County wants to save significant money on new voting equipment, it probably will have to get legislation passed this year.

Spending by voting machine companies picking up    Story Here  Archive
MARC HUMBERT Newsday 19 December 2004
ALBANY, N.Y. In just the last six months, companies looking to cash in on New York state's expected move to replace its aging lever-action voting machines with electronic models have spent more than $357,000 on lobbying, according to a new report.

Process for validating signatures varies widely in Washington    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 19 December 2004
Procedures for validating ballot signatures vary widely from county to county in Washington state, a fact that has become significant given the razor-thin margin of the governor's race.

Ohio court asked to overturn election    Story Here  Archive
Cincinnati Post and wire services 18 December 2004
Even as a recount not expected to change the outcome of Ohio's presidential race continued Friday, voters who said problems with voting machines last month indicated fraud asked the Ohio Supreme Court to overturn the Nov. 2 results.

Bush, Kerry each gain votes    Story Here  Archive
John Nolan Associated Press 18 December 2004
Hanging chads that came loose when punch-card ballots were handled again or rerun through tallying machines explain most of the additional votes President Bush and John Kerry are picking up in Ohio's recount, election officials said Friday.

Recount confirms Kerry's Cuyahoga win    Story Here  Archive
Diane Suchetka Cleveland Plain Dealer 18 December 2004
John Kerry picked up 17 votes and George W. Bush lost six in Cuyahoga County's presidential recount.

Prolonged election reveals cracks in system    Story Here  Archive
Rebecca Cook Associated Press 18 December 2004
As the recount in the closest governor's race in Washington state history goes on and on and on, the questions keep mounting.

Counter for a day finds few bugs in recount process    Story Here  Archive
Danny Westneat / Seattle Times 18 December 2004

Lindsay McClellan is sitting across from me, sifting through a 4-inch stack of ballots, when she says the words that could change the course of state history: "We've got a smudge."



Volunteers complete local recount    Story Here  Archive
Jim Konkoly Coshocton Tribune 18 December 2004
COSHOCTON Coshocton County's voting system of paper ballots counted by optical scanning machines works remarkably well.

New Volunteer Scientific Project for Detection of Vote-Counting Errors    Story Here  Archive
Press Release USCount Votes 18 December 2004

PRWEB) December 18, 2004 http://uscountvotes.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=70&Itemid=54 In recent years the integrity and accuracy of the voting process in America have been a continuing source of controversy. Numerous accusations and counter-accusations of voting irregularities have been made. Accusations inevitably spread - and persist - in the absence of a rigorous scientific method for detecting where vote counting errors may have occurred. The integrity of the election process is the cornerstone of democracy; open investigation of alleged vote counting irregularities is a matter of vital civic importance.



Chelan County's fix of ballot to be focal point of Dems' appeal    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 18 December 2004
WENATCHEE, Wash. A Leavenworth woman's vote for Dino Rossi - which almost didn't count - shows why King County should be allowed to tally several hundred mistakenly rejected ballots in the race for governor, a Wenatchee lawyer has argued.

Electors across US break traditional pro forma ritual to use electoral college to protest election    Story Here  Archive
Joseph Lopisi Massachusetts Coalition against Election Fraud 18 December 2004
Electors across US break traditional pro forma ritual to use electoral college to protest election violations

Gregoire gains ground in count    Story Here  Archive
Jerry Cornfield Everett Herald 17 December 2004
In the marathon race for governor, Democrat Christine Gregoire on Thursday closed the gap on Republican Dino Rossi when she picked up a chunk of votes in Snohomish County.

Up to 162 ballots missing    Story Here  Archive
Keith Ervin Seattle Times 17 December 2004
King County election officials will enter a locked "cage" in a warehouse this morning to look for a plastic mail tray they believe contains up to 162 misplaced absentee ballots.

Green Calls for Vote Compromise    Story Here  Archive
Andy Lenderman Albuquerque Journal 17 December 2004
A statewide presidential recount remained in limbo on Thursday, but at least one of those pushing for the recount was hoping for a negotiated compromise.

More Uncounted Ballots Found in Wash.    Story Here  Archive
Rebecca Cook Associated Press 17 December 2004
SEATTLE With Washington state in the middle of a recount of its amazingly close governor's race, election officials in Seattle's King County entered a warehouse Friday and found a plastic tray containing 150 misplaced ballots.

In state where election door won?t shut, recount finding little change    Story Here  Archive
JOE MILICIA Associated Press 17 December 2004
CLEVELAND (AP) ? Vote totals did not change significantly as the state?s recount of the presidential election continued Thursday, but witnesses say there is more to the recount than just numbers.

Democrats challenge Householder's victory    Story Here  Archive
Sandy Theis Cleveland Plain Dealer 17 December 2004
Columbus -Democrats filed a lawsuit to overturn House Speaker Larry Householder's election as Perry County auditor, saying they discovered a string of peculiar voting irregularities that cast doubt on his victory.

Still counting    Story Here  Archive
Diane Suchetka Cleveland Plain Dealer 17 December 2004
The election is over and the Electoral College has officially chosen George W. Bush as America's president, but doubters are still scrutinizing nearly every aspect of the controversial vote.

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