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Rendell wants electoral changes    Story Here  Archive
John M.R. Bull The Morning Call 14 December 2004
HARRISBURG | A new task force formed by Gov. Ed Rendell will study instituting early voting and voting by mail in Pennsylvania.

How councilman's finding led to detection of goofs    Story Here  Archive
Keith Ervin Seattle Times 14 December 2004
It wasn't just any citizen whose voting problem led to King County's discovery yesterday that 561 voters had been disenfranchised by apparent data-entry goofs.

Error discovery could give Gregoire election    Story Here  Archive
David Postman Seattle Times 14 December 2004
King County election officials yesterday admitted a major error in tallying votes in the governor's race that could reverse the results and make Christine Gregoire the winner in the hand recount now under way.

N.M. Judge Refuses To Intervene in Presidential Recount Decision    Story Here  Archive
Deborah Baker Associated Press 14 December 2004
SANTA FE   ?   A judge refused to order an immediate statewide recount of presidential votes, saying the matter should wait until the state canvassing board takes it up on Tuesday.

Recount Intervention Request 'Premature,' Judge Rules    Story Here  Archive
Andy Lenderman Albuquerque Journal 14 December 2004
SANTA FE? A judge on Monday denied a request by Green and Libertarian presidential candidates to force state officials to begin a recount of the Nov. 2 presidential election immediately.

Voting amendment would be good start    Story Here  Archive
John Nichols The Capital Times 14 December 2004
As U.S. Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., the ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, chaired last week's hearing on irregularities in the Nov. 2 presidential voting in Ohio, the Rev. Jesse Jackson warned that the session must be more than merely an opportunity to vent.

Hamilton Co. recount under way    Story Here  Archive
Cindi Andrews Cincinnati Enquirer 14 December 2004
The recount got under way in Hamilton County today with about 20 Republicans, Green Party representatives and Democrats looking on.

Officials are studying changes to improve state's voting system    Story Here  Archive
David Ingram Winston-Salem Journal 14 December 2004
Quite a few Novembers have passed since a voter could mark a paper ballot with a few simple strikes and, after slipping the ballot into a box, expect to have election officials count it by hand.

Democrats' lawsuit unanimously rejected by the state Supreme Court    Story Here  Archive
David Postman Seattle Times 14 December 2004
OLYMPIA ? The state Supreme Court this morning unanimously rejected the Democratic Party's recount lawsuit and will not order election officials to reconsider thousands of previously rejected ballots.

Ballot printout isn't cure-all, panel told    Story Here  Archive
MARK JOHNSON Charlotte Observer 14 December 2004
RALEIGH - The one change in voting machines that the public apparently wants more than any other a printout of their completed ballot would do nothing to ensure that vote is properly counted, elections and computer experts told a special legislative committee Monday.

Cobb's Judiciary Committee Testimony Shakes Up Ohio Election Investigation    Story Here  Archive
DavidSwanson Brad Blog ILCA 14 December 2004
The Cobb testimony concerned an eyewitness account from an Elections Official about election machine tampering by a worker from Triad Governmental Systems, Inc. as late as last Friday!

Ohio Recount activist run off the road    Story Here  Archive
Bellaciao.org 14 December 2004
Dear Michael: Forwarded to you is Katrina Sumner?s testimony that she emailed me. This is part 1. Part 2 will be sent in a separate email and contains info that intimates that she is being followed. She was one of the two people listed as contacts for the 10 December Press Release regarding the Greene County, Ohio Recount Block by SOS Kenneth Blackwell. She has been extremely active in the recount process here in Montgomery County, Ohio. Read this and then the next email.

Ohio Recount activist run off the road    Story Here  Archive
Bellaciao.org 14 December 2004
Dear Michael: Forwarded to you is Katrina Sumner?s testimony that she emailed me. This is part 1. Part 2 will be sent in a separate email and contains info that intimates that she is being followed. She was one of the two people listed as contacts for the 10 December Press Release regarding the Greene County, Ohio Recount Block by SOS Kenneth Blackwell. She has been extremely active in the recount process here in Montgomery County, Ohio. Read this and then the next email.

Startling New Revelations Highlight Rare Congressional Hearings on Ohio Vote    Story Here  Archive
Bob Fitrakis, Steve Rosenfeld and Harvey Wasserman Common Dreams 14 December 2004
Startling new revelations about Ohio's presidential vote have been uncovered as Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee join Rev. Jesse Jackson in Columbus, the state capital, on Monday, Dec. 13, to hold a rare field hearing into election malfeasance and manipulation in the 2004 vote. The Congressional delegation will include Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), Rep. Stephanie Tubbs-Jones, and others.

Cobb Tells Congress About Rigged Voting Machines    Story Here  Archive
Press Release Green Party of the US 14 December 2004
COLUMBUS, OH December 14 Green Party presidential candidate David Cobb told members of the House Judiciary Committee yesterday about an Ohio Board of Elections employee who witnessed deliberate tampering with county voting machines.

AutoMARK Voter Assist Terminal Demonstration    Story Here  Archive
National Federation of the Blind 14 December 2004
The AutoMARK Voter Assist Terminal is a machine designed to allow voters who are blind, voters who need an audio presentation of a ballot, or voters who need a ballot in a language other than English to cast an optically-scanned ballot, using the same ballot as sighted voters. AutoMARK representative Rob Resuali came to the National Center for the Blind on November 15th to demonstrate the machine. NFB staff member Ameenah Ghoston volunteered to participate in this demonstration. Many different capabilities of the machine were demonstrated, including the ability to write in a candidate and the ability to review the ballot once it has been marked.

Forty voters want November election results thrown out    Story Here  Archive
JOHN NOLAN Associated Press 14 December 2004
CINCINNATI - A complaint that asks the Ohio Supreme Court to set aside the results of the Nov. 2 election and declare Democrat John Kerry the winner of the state's 20 electoral votes could face an uphill battle, political analysts said Tuesday.

Ohio Recount: County Election Board Chair Disputes comments from spokesperson for Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell    Story Here  Archive
Steven Leser Elites TV 14 December 2004
Yesterday, I reported on a phone interview with Carlo LoParo, a spokesperson for Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell. One of the items LoParo repeatedly stressed was that 'each county in Ohio has an election board consisting of two Republicans and two Democrats' and that each board 'unanimously voted to certify their election results on December 6th.'...he urged me to contact these Democratic party chairs if I 'had any doubt' as to the conduct of the elections in any of Ohio's 88 county's, including oft discussed Franklin and Hamilton counties. So, I contacted Hamilton County's Board of elections Chair (Franklin's board did not return calls), but his comments did not line up with those coming out of the Secretary of State's office.

Several factors contributed to 'lost' voters    Story Here  Archive
Michael Powell and Peter Slevin MSNBC 14 December 2004
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Tanya Thivener's is a tale of two voting precincts in Franklin County. In her city neighborhood, which is vastly Democratic and majority black, the 38-year-old mortgage broker found a line snaking out of the precinct door.

Protesters want recount in Ohio    Story Here  Archive
DAN DE CARBONEL Salem Statesman Journal 13 December 2004
Clad in orange and toting signs seeking free and fair elections, Oregonians dissatisfied with November's presidential vote urged a full recount in Ohio to ensure against voting irregularities in that state.

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