Volusia ballots may get 2nd look Story Here Archive
DELAND Black Box Voting, a Seattle-based group fighting for improved voting systems, wants to inspect paper ballots from more than 25 percent of Volusia's precincts as part of its nationwide audit of the Nov. 2 presidential election.
Lack of electronic voting didn't slow down election in county Story Here Archive
With the 2004 presidential election come and gone, Athens County does not appear to be any closer to getting electronic voting machines than it was several months ago.
Group Cites Electronic Voting Problems Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON - The record use of electronic voting machines on Nov. 2 led to hundreds of voting irregularities and shows the need for higher standards, a voting rights group said Thursday.
'Stinking Evidence' of Possible Election Fraud Found in Florida Story Here Archive
A "poll tape" is the phrase used to describe a printout from an optical scan voting machine made the evening of an election, after the machine has read all the ballots and crunched the numbers on its internal computer. It shows the total results of the election in that location. The printout is signed by the polling officials present in that precinct/location, and then submitted to the county elections office as the official record of how the people in that particular precinct had voted. (Usually each location has only one single optical scanner/reader, and thus produces only one poll tape.)
Two precincts had high undercounts, analysis shows Story Here Archive
Two Montgomery County precincts had extraordinarily high numbers of ballots cast Nov. 2 with no presidential vote counted, and the county's overall rates of such undercounts were highest where Democratic hopeful John Kerry did best.
Study Claims E-Voting Irregularities Found in Florida Story Here Archive
Voting irregularities in three Florida counties that used electronic voting machines in this month's election may have awarded as many as 260,000 votes more to President George W. Bush than were expected, according to researchers at the University of California, Berkeley.
Number of 'lost votes' in Georgia reduced Story Here Archive
Georgia's number of "lost" votes ped dramatically in the Nov. 2 presidential election compared with 2000, the secretary of state's office reported Thursday.
When It Doesn't Add Up Story Here Archive
However the final, official vote shakes out in the cliff-hanger Washington governor's race, it still won't be the true count. It will be the best available version of it.
A Florida Style Nightmare - North Carolina Citizens Demand Verified Voting Measures Story Here Archive
North Carolina "has the worst election problem in the country RIGHT NOW according to Dr. David Dill of Stanford University. Election Officials bamboozled by slick claims of voting machine salesmen, salesmen failed to warn of flaws and limitations that caused disaster on November 2
Vote of confidence? Story Here Archive
What if Vanderburgh County's new touch-screen voting machines are like the VCR you got for Christmas a few years ago?
New statewide election possible Story Here Archive
BEAUFORT Elections workers and reporters crammed themselves into a tiny storage room Tuesday and angled for their best views of a black metal box the size of a large briefcase.
Fear and loathing post-Election Day Story Here Archive
Almost nobody's saying this out loud, but it's not too far beneath the surface of the discussion ongoing about the widespread voting irregularities that have been documented since Nov. 2.
Commissioners formally approve voting machines Story Here Archive
The Greene County Commissioners formally approved the purchase of a new electronic voting machine system Tuesday morning.
Ohio finds possible double votes, counts Story Here Archive
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) ? Election officials in one Ohio county found that about 2,600 ballots were double-counted, and two other counties have discovered possible cases of people voting twice in the presidential election.
Voting machines still touchy subject Story Here Archive
The November general election was two weeks ago, but it may be some time before the results are in on how the county's new touch-screen voting machines performed.
Diebold votes 'yes' for e-voting system Story Here Archive
Using a touch screen to cast a ballot may seem like intimidating, futuristic technology, but a company hoping to land a contract for an electronic voting system for Utah has had the technology in use elsewhere for a few years.
Gaston investigates election tally errors Story Here Archive
GASTONIA - Gaston Elections Director Sandra Page said for the first time Monday that her office is investigating why more than 13,000 votes were excluded from the county's unofficial election results.
3 more counties report errors Story Here Archive
Franklin County isn't the only Indiana county that had programming troubles with optical scan voting equipment this year.
Missed votes due to error in machine Story Here Archive
PROVO - Because election officials failed to do one test, 33,000 votes went uncounted in Utah County's unofficial Election Day tally.
Registrar seeks to halt check of electronic voting Story Here Archive
Riverside County Registrar Barbara Dunmore will ask Secretary of State Kevin Shelley to re-examine an agreement that requires counties using electronic voting terminals to provide a paper printout by 2006.