Party faithful to tally ballots Story Here Archive
Republican Party activist Tricia Roberts is about to burn two weeks of her vacation ? to help recount King County's 900,000 ballots, by hand.
Senate could end up being final arbiter in dispute over county election results Story Here Archive
COLUMBIAA Sumter man's election protest could leave the South Carolina Senate deciding who sits in the seat Democrat Phil Leventis now holds.
Recounted vote likely to cost taxpayers Story Here Archive
The Washington County Board of Elections is awaiting word on whether to begin recounting all of its presidential ballots, a project that is likely to cost the taxpayers thousands of dollars despite assurances that it won't change a single vote.
Democrats to study alleged Ohio voting problems Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON ? The Democratic National Committee announced Monday that it will assemble a team of outside experts to assess allegations of widespread voting irregularities in Ohio in the 2004 presidential election.
As Questions Keep Coming, Ohio Certifies Its Vote Count Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 - The Ohio secretary of state officially certified on Monday that President Bush won that swing state by roughly 119,000 votes, but an array of Democrats, third-party candidates and independent groups continued to question the results, issuing new demands for a statewide recount and a formal investigation of the vote.
150 in S.F. protest voting irregularities Story Here Archive
SAN FRANCISCO - Activists rallied Monday outside of U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi's office to protest electronic voting irregularities and other problems at polls Nov. 2, ranging from long lines to invalid provisional ballots.
Formal Ohio Recount Demand Announced; Cobb Testifies in DC, December 8. Story Here Archive
Green Party presidential candidate David Cobb today announced his formal demand for a recount of the Ohio presidential vote, following Monday's official certification of the that tally by Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell who admitted that "glitches" had occurred with Ohio's election process.
Republicans ask high court to dismiss Democrats' suit Story Here Archive
OLYMPIA ? Governor-elect Dino Rossi and the Republican Party went to the state Supreme Court today to try to stop a Democratic lawsuit they say would wreak havoc in the pending recount in the governor's race and could result "in the need for a new election."
Pulaski County forced to buy new voting machines Story Here Archive
Upcoming changes in state and federal election laws will force Pulaski County to buy at least 10 new items of vote counting equipment costing at least $5,500 each, but representatives of the Elkins-Swyers Company told commissioners Monday morning the new equipment could dramatically reduce the time needed to count ballots.
Cobb Files Formal Recount Demand Today Story Here Archive
Green Party presidential candidate David Cobb today announced his formal demand for a recount of the Ohio presidential vote, following Monday's official certification of the tally by Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell who admitted that "glitches" had occurred with Ohio's election process.
Voting-Rights Advocates Cite Election Problems Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON ? While President Bush secured his reelection with a 119,000-vote victory in Ohio, voting rights advocates today dwelled on a statistic they claimed told another story: the more than 414,000 calls that were made to national hotlines established to monitor complaints and compile eyewitness observations about the Nov. 2 vote.
Candidates Officially Request Ohio Recount Story Here Archive
COLUMBUS, Ohio - With support from John Kerry's campaign, two third-party candidates for president officially asked on Tuesday for a recount in Ohio, the state that put President Bush over the top in November.
Groups seek to address voting troubles Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Despite President Bush's clear margin of victory in the 2004 presidential race, voting and civil rights advocates say the election did not go as smoothly as Americans might think.
High cost of run-off elections Story Here Archive
The high cost of run-off elections has officials concerned all the way from the county level to the progressive chief of Georgia elections herself, Secretary of State Cathy Cox.
Groups detail voting problems in 2004 election Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON - The 2004 presidential election had a clear, uncontested result, but voters still experienced serious problems, from machine errors to long lines and registration flaws, Common Cause and several other groups reported Tuesday.
Ohio, Ukraine more similar than you think Story Here Archive
I am happy to give my thoughts on the idea that there is no difference in what is going on here in U.S. (specifically Ohio, of which I am a resident) and the Ukraine.
High-tech vote turns low tech for hand recount Story Here Archive
Most counties bracing for a statewide hand recount of the governor's race have boxes upon boxes full of ballots.
Common Cause seeks volunteers to probe election Story Here Archive
A government reform advocacy group that received almost 20,000 complaints from Florida voters about the November election is seeking volunteers to help examine what happened and to use the information to further reform the process.
New round of challenges expected as Ohio certifies vote Story Here Archive
COLUMBUS, Ohio - While the rest of the country's interest has shifted to Christmas shopping and NBA slugfests, Ohio is focused on tallying the presidential election vote totals.
Ohio weighs electronic, punch voting Story Here Archive
After the 2000 election mess in Florida, electronic voting machines were pitched as America's saviors from hanging chads and voter uncertainty.