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Latest Gaston flub: 1 precinct omitted    Story Here  Archive
BINYAMIN APPELBAUM Charlotte Observer 13 November 2004
GASTONIA - Gaston County Elections Director Sandra Page, already struggling to explain why most early votes were omitted from the county's unofficial election results, said Friday that her office had also omitted an entire Dallas precinct.

Mostly Good Reviews for Electronic Voting    Story Here  Archive
JOHN SCHWARTZ New York Times 12 November 2004
Numerous problems with electronic voting machines were reported around the country on Election Day and immediately afterward, but most election officials and experts say the great majority of the machines functioned as expected.

Distrust fuels doubts on votes    Story Here  Archive
David Damron Orlando Sentinel 12 November 2004
More than a week after the presidential election, officials in Florida and other states are still sorting out computer-related errors in the vote, even as a Saturday deadline looms to certify the final result.

Recount changes one Franklin Co. race    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 12 November 2004
BROOKVILLE, Ind. A Democrat gained enough votes to bump a Republican from victory in a county commissioner's race after a recount prompted by a computer glitch in optical-scan voting.

Major bugs found in Diebold vote systems    Story Here  Archive
United Press International 12 November 2004
Washington, DC, Nov. 12 (UPI) The voting machine controversy likely will linger after a look at the systems source code software from Ohio-based Diebold yielded reports of numerous bugs.

Two N.C. Races Held Up by Voting Problems    Story Here  Archive
STEVE HARTSOE Associated Press 12 November 2004
RALEIGH, N.C. - A Florida-style nightmare has unfolded in North Carolina in the 10 days since Election Day, with thousands of votes missing and the outcome of two statewide races still up in the air.

Windows OS on Voting Machines not Pen Tested    Story Here  Archive
Brett Hill WinNetMagazine 12 November 2004
Server hardening is not a simple task, and a voting machine in some cases is just another windows box. While I'm not a consirpacy nut or anything some details posted on BlackBoxvoting.org have to get your attention. For example, according to documents obtained by them via the Freedom of Information act, the voting machines used in Florida were not tested with any form of penetration test at all. The consultant they hired to do the job checked the box "Not Applicable". Now I don't know about you, but I would think that these boxes, some of which can be accessed via RRAS, should be intensely tested in this area.

New electronic voting machines required by Secretary of State    Story Here  Archive
Ashley Winchester, The Clinton Recorder 12 November 2004
Clinton - The next time you vote, you may be using a new electronic voting machine. In compliance with the Help America Vote Act of 2002, Conn. Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz mandated that every voting location in Conn. have at least one electronic voting machine by next year's municipal elections. Local election officials, however, feel the replacement of lever machines, which have been used in Conn. since the 1950s, is an unnecessary cost.

Amid Charges of Vote Suppression, Activists Look for Larger Fraud    Story Here  Archive
Jessica Azulay New Standard News 12 November 2004
Nov 12 - There is little dispute that voters all over the country encountered problems before and while they cast their votes on November 2. Watchdog organizations across the US have compiled hundreds of thousands of complaints. But many are asking whether all the problems add up to a different electoral outcome and whether there were more systemic problems not yet uncovered

Voting machine service called poor    Story Here  Archive
JOHN MARTIN Evansville Courier & Press 11 November 2004
Vanderburgh County's bipartisan Election Board complained Wednesday about the county's voting machine vendor, describing its technical service on Election Day as poor.

Diebold settles e-voting lawsuit    Story Here  Archive
Erika D. Smith Akron Beacon 11 November 2004
Diebold Inc. shook loose an expensive albatross Wednesday, agreeing to pay California $2.6 million to end a lawsuit over electronic voting.

Warren County paid $6.51 per ballot    Story Here  Archive
By CAROL CLARK of The Register-Mail 11 November 2004
MONMOUTH - It cost Warren County taxpayers $6.51 for every ballot cast in the Nov. 2 general election, according to Warren County Clerk Tina Conard. But, Conard told Warren County Board Finance Committee members Wednesday morning the price does not include the cost of the new AccuVote machines used at the election.

The Media Stays Quiet On Big Issues    Story Here  Archive
Peter Phillips The Newton Bee 11 November 2004
Democracy in the United States is only a shadow in a corporate media cave of deceit, lies, and incomplete information. We stand ignorant of what the powerful are doing in our name and how the corporate media ignores key issues affecting us all.

Glitch causes Franklin Co. recount    Story Here  Archive
Indy Star report. 11 November 2004
BROOKVILLE, Ind. - Election equipment counted straight-party votes for Democratic candidates as Libertarian votes, an error that could affect election outcomes in as many as nine counties, the Richmond Palladium-Item reported today.

Nevada exit poll shows voters prefer paper receipt    Story Here  Archive
Dan Verton Computerworld 11 November 2004
A Washington-based public opinion firm yesterday released the results of an Election Day survey of voters in Nevada that it says supports the case for issuing paper receipts for all votes cast electronically.

Back up! We need back up!    Story Here  Archive
By Brian Gottstein Roanoke Times 11 November 2004
In my two recent columns about the reliability of electronic voting machines, I questioned the prudence of leaving such an important job of counting votes to a computer with no human backup.

Editorial: Put It on Paper    Story Here  Archive
Editorial Dallas Morning News 11 November 2004
For seven days, a paperless voting machine sat mute. It refused to tell Collin County elections officials and observers what votes it had recorded at Rose Mary Haggar Elementary School on Campbell Road.

Glitch causes Franklin Co. recount    Story Here  Archive
Indianapolis Star 11 November 2004
BROOKVILLE, Ind. - Election equipment counted straight-party votes for Democratic candidates as Libertarian votes, an error that could affect election outcomes in as many as nine counties, the Richmond Palladium-Item reported today.

Misread ballots may alter races    Story Here  Archive
Pam Tharp Palladium-Item 11 November 2004
BROOKVILLE, Ind. Election equipment counted straight-party votes for Democratic candidates as Libertarian votes, an error that could affect election outcomes in as many as nine counties.

Vote machine error brings recount in Franklin County    Story Here  Archive
John Strauss Indianapolis Star 12 November 2004
A programming error discovered in voting machines has triggered a recount of the Nov. 2 election results in Franklin County in southeastern Indiana.

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