Repairing elections Story Here Archive
The Nov. 2 election left North Carolina residents confronting a stark fact: Our system of voting needs repair and reform.
Lingering flaws in election system can't be ignored Story Here Archive
We didn't hear much about hanging chads, faulty voting equipment or questionable polling place procedures after the Nov. 2 presidential election.
Election still has readers riled up Story Here Archive
In the proud tradition of the 2000 presidential vote, resistance to the election of Republican George W. Bush continues on long after a decision in the matter has been made.
Dems Launch Probe of Ohio Voting Problems Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON The Democratic Party said Monday it will examine reports of voting problems in Ohio, where President Bush's victory clinched his re-election.
Sec. of State orders Wash. gov. recount Story Here Archive
OLYMPIA, Wash. Secretary of State Sam Reed has signed the paperwork officially ordering a second recount in the Washington governor's race.
Election challenge could leave Senate deciding winner Story Here Archive
COLUMBIA, S.C. - A Sumter man's election protest could leave the South Carolina Senate deciding who sits in the seat Democrat Phil Leventis now holds.
Winter Democracy Campaign Launched By US Greens Story Here Archive
"Winter Democracy Campaign" Launched
An Initiative of Newly-Formed United Progressives for Democracy
Recounts pending as state certifies presidential election Story Here Archive
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The state certified a 2 percentage-point election victory for President Bush on Monday even as independent candidates, strengthened by a federal court ruling, prepared to demand recounts in all 88 counties.
As Ukraine Celebrates Democracy, It's Being Denied in Ohio Story Here Archive
As demonstrators cheer the restoration of democracy to their beleaguered country, Ohio officials continue to deny it.
The 2004 Vote: What Really Happened? Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON December 6 News Advisory: Rumors of nefarious election activities and tales of disenfranchised voters still swirl around the Internet, nearly a month after the presidential election. Election Day revealed problems in our voting systems, including registration issues, timely provision of absentee ballots, the reliability of voting machines, inadequate numbers of poll workers and efforts to intimidate voters and suppress turnout.
Dispenses the Myth of ?Smooth? 2004 Elections: Shattering The Rose-Colored Glasses Story Here Archive
Lead Groups in Election Protection?s Massive Voting Rights Mobilization Release Post-Election Review Documenting Barriers to Ballot, Systemic Inequities and Irregularities
Touchscreen voting supplier experiencing organizational turmoil Story Here Archive
The company that manufactures the touchscreen voting devices, as well as other elections equipment, used in Napa County is experiencing some organizational turmoil.
Who supervised the removal of 21 Florida e-voting machines in Broward County? Story Here Archive
?Twenty-one touch-screen voting machines in Broward County were replaced because of technical problems, said Gisela Salas, the county?s deputy supervisor of elections. At least one of the machines had shown votes cast for the wrong candidates.?
Activists protest voting irregularities outside lawmaker's office 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 on Nov. 2, ranging from long lines to invalid provisional ballots.
DNC to Investigate Ohio Voting Irregularities Story Here Archive
The leader of the Democratic National Committee announced yesterday that he will launch an investigation into voting irregularities in Ohio, where lines snaked outside some inner-city polling places on Election Day and provisional ballots were sometimes in short supply.
New elections chief Anderson learns ropes, as LePore bids farewell Story Here Archive
ORLANDO ? As Palm Beach County Elections Supervisor Theresa LePore exchanged tearful goodbye hugs with fellow elections chiefs at one end of a hotel conference room last week, Arthur Anderson stood at the other end and exchanged business cards with elections software vendors.
Top vote-getter? We may never truly know Story Here Archive
Washington may never know for sure whether more people voted for Republican Dino Rossi or Democrat Christine Gregoire, even after the hand recount that starts this week.
Panel hears election complaints Story Here Archive
When Shenita Johnson arrived at Fairlawn Lutheran Church bright and early to vote on Nov. 2, she couldn't find a place to park in the church lot. So she drove to nearby Summit Mall, left her car in the lot, and hiked across the muddy lawn to the church, along with her husband and 82-year-old mother.
Conspiracy theories on Ohio vote refuse to die Story Here Archive
Voters up to here with election overload thought Nov. 2 would finally end the trashing, bashing and bluster.
Local Angle: Auditor confident of accurate tally Story Here Archive
Wandering minds make counting ballots by hand "inherently less reliable" than a machine count, but safeguards are in place to get the tally right in Clark County, Auditor Greg Kimsey said Friday.