Could Legislature decide governor's race? Story Here Archive
Even if state law would allow it, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Christine Gregoire said she would not contest results of the statewide hand recount - a tactic one party lawyer mentioned in a letter to the secretary of state.
Diehard Democrats declare election fight not over in Ohio Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON | One diehard Ohio voter predicted Wednesday that Nov. 2, 2004 ? Election Day ? will go down with Pearl Harbor Day as a similar symbol "of infamy" in American history.
Tedious hand recount begins Story Here Archive
Nineteen new ballots turned up in Mason County yesterday as election officials there and in five other counties began hand-recounting ballots to resolve the governor's race that Republican Dino Rossi won by just 42 votes
Workers organize ballots for recount Story Here Archive
EVERETT - The unprecedented hand recount of the governor's race eased into gear Wednesday as workers inventoried dozens of boxes of Snohomish County ballots under the vigilant gaze of political observers.
D.C. forum examines claims of Ohio voting irregularities Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON - At a boisterous forum on Capitol Hill to address "what went wrong in Ohio" on Election Day, speaker after speaker yesterday said there were so many voting irregularities that a federal law is needed to standardize voting regulations nationwide.
Electronic voting in Bexar may be put on ice Story Here Archive
Proposed legislation that would require electronic voting systems to show a printed receipt might push Bexar County back to using its old optical scanner system, County Judge Nelson Wolff said Wednesday.
Group to study election troubles Story Here Archive
GEORGETOWN - The Georgetown County Election Commission agreed Wednesday to hold a workshop in February to find ways to solve problems that occurred on Election Day.
Silencing the vote Story Here Archive
PEOPLE FROM all over Ukraine have gone to Kiev to protest dishonest vote counting in their presidential election. Exit polls, so trustworthy that they are used worldwide to uncover election fraud, showed the opposition candidate had won, and the people didn't believe the news when it reported the government's surprise victory.
Summit receives formal vote recount request Story Here Archive
The Summit County Board of Elections on Wednesday received a formal request for a recount of the presidential election from Green and Libertarian party candidates David Cobb and Michael Badnarik.
Congressman wants 'raw' exit poll data Story Here Archive
A top House Democrat who is investigating allegations of voting irregularities on Election Day wants the media to show him the confidential, "raw" data from the exit polls of voters they did this year.
From Selma to Ohio: A Report from the Conyers Hearing Story Here Archive
It looked for all the world like a real hearing. Along the far wall were arrayed Congressional Representatives from the Judiciary Committee. Before them at a long table sat witnesses and experts in front of microphones, prepared to give testimony on the record. Behind the witnesses sat row upon row of everyday citizens who came out to watch the proceedings; the crowd was so large that an overflow room needed to be opened on another floor. Along both walls were arrayed more than a dozen television cameras.
Organizers request U.S. Senate recount Story Here Archive
It was down to the wire Wednesday for voters requesting a recount in the Alaska U.S. Senate race.
Internet Voting in Geneva Story Here Archive
With the demise in early February, 2004, of the Pentagon's Secure Electronic Registration and Voting System (SERVE), the new legal requirement that the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) create Remote Internet Voting System Standards (RIVSS) before the Defense Department can conduct any Internet voting, and the failure of the EAC to move forward to create these standards, the development of a system for secure remote Internet voting has reached a dead-end in the United States.
Dispenses the Myth of "Smooth" 2004 Elections Story Here Archive
The myth that the 2004 elections ran smoothly has become conventional wisdom for pundits and politicians, but nothing could be further from the truth. A preliminary review released today by members of the nonpartisan Election Protection coalition demonstrates that persistent problems continue to deny millions of Americans their fundamental voting rights, and makes the case for election reform at the local, state and national level.
COMMUNITY LEADERS AND COMPUTER EXPERTS UNITE TO "AUDIT THE VOTE" Story Here Archive
National Network Comes Together to Ensure Integrity and Sanctity of American
Recount continues in Washington governor's race Story Here Archive
SEATTLE (AP) ? Most of Washington's counties began their third and final tally of the governor's race on Thursday, scrutinizing stacks of ballots by hand to see if any mistakes were made in the machine recount of some 2.9 million ballots.
Kitsap helps boost Rossi's lead Story Here Archive
Republican candidate Dino Rossi picked up a net gain of 10 votes Thursday in Kitsap County's hand recount, completed in a single day.
The Need for Transparent, Accountable and Verifiable U.S. Elections Story Here Archive
Prior to 2000, few people ever bothered to look at the mechanics of voting. Elections were like the sausage factory?people wanted to enjoy the end product without thinking too much about what went into making it.
Mercer County's election boss quits: Incompetence charges forcing re-evaluation Story Here Archive
Amid allegations of mismanagement and incompetence in the Nov. 2 general election, Mercer County's director of voter registration and elections will quit at the end of the year.
Ohio election fraud uproar blasting to new level Story Here Archive
The bitter battle over the stolen November 2 election in Ohio has turned into a rapidly escalating all-out multi-front war with the outcome of the real presidential vote count increasingly in doubt.