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Samuelson campaign manager alleges votes were also undercounted    Story Here  Archive
TONY BURBECK WCNC-TV 06 November 2004
After Mecklenburg County election officials announced they believed they had overcounted the number of ballots in the hotly contested congressional race, campaign staff believes some votes were undercounted in the recount.

Democrats' leader decries voting glitches    Story Here  Archive
By HAROLD GWIN The Valley Vindicator 06 November 2004
SHARON, Pa. ? Mercer County Republicans aren't really concerned about glitches with county voting machines that caused problems in Tuesday's election.

Paper trail tested for e-vote devices    Story Here  Archive
Elise Ackerman San Jose Mercury 06 November 2004
During the two weeks leading up to the presidential election, one of the country's most sophisticated polling places was in one of the most unlikely locations: a parking lot behind the Mirage Hotel on Las Vegas' famous neon Strip.

Sarpy County Recount: 3,000 phantom votes detected    Story Here  Archive
WOWT Omaha 06 November 2004
The recount is over in Sarpy County and 3,000 phantom votes were apparently in the mix on Election Day.

Election problems due to a software glitch    Story Here  Archive
Sue Book New Bern Sun Journal 05 November 2004
A systems software glitch in Craven County's electronic voting equipment is being blamed for a vote miscount that, when corrected, changed the outcome of at least one race in Tuesday's election.

Stop the buck: Management, not system, at heart of election fiasco    Story Here  Archive
Editorial DailyCamera Boulder News 05 November 2004
More than two days after most voters in Boulder County marked their ballots, there was understandable outrage, intense water-cooler conversation and general amazement that, for all intents and purposes, their votes meant nothing.

Gambling vote glitch mars tally    Story Here  Archive
ERIKA BOLSTAD AND CURTIS MORGAN Miami Herald 05 November 2004
Broward County corrected a computer glitch Thursday that had miscounted thousands of absentee votes, instantly turning a slot-machine measure from loser to winner and reinforcing concerns about the accuracy of electronic election returns.

County resets software, recounts 81,000 ballots    Story Here  Archive
BRAD SHANNON THE OLYMPIAN 05 November 2004
The Thurston County elections staff recounted an estimated 81,000 ballots first tallied Election Day after learning that computer software wasn't set up properly for the first count.


Computer Loses More Than 4,000 Early Votes    Story Here  Archive
The Associated Press 05 November 2004
Jacksonville, N.C. More than 4,500 Carteret County votes have been lost because officials believed a computer that stored ballots electronically could hold more data than it did.

State readies for touch-screen voting    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 05 November 2004
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The state will use $5 million in federal money to buy touch-screen voting machines that will be in place for disabled voters in 2006.

L.A. County May Stick With InkaVote Ballots    Story Here  Archive
Stuart Pfeifer, Los Angeles Times 05 November 2004
Los Angeles County may continue to use its temporary InkaVote balloting system for several more elections, despite complaints from some voters that the system is difficult to use and evidence that it's less accurate than touch-screen machines.

Software flaw found in Florida vote machines    Story Here  Archive
By Eliot Kleinberg Cox News Service 05 November 2004
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. ? It had to happen. Things were just going too smoothly. Early Thursday, as Broward County elections officials wrapped up after a long day of canvassing votes, something unusual caught their eye. Tallies should go up as more votes are counted. That's simple math. But in some races, the numbers had gone ... down.

Ohio Machine Error Gives Bush Extra Votes    Story Here  Archive
JOHN McCARTHY Associated Press 05 November 2004
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An error with an electronic voting system gave President Bush 3,893 extra votes in suburban Columbus, elections officials said.

Fanello Wants Audit Into the New Election Equipment    Story Here  Archive
WFIE-TV 05 November 2004
The President of the Vanderburgh County Commission says she won't spend another dime on election equipment until there's an audit on its performance.

Glitch Found in Ohio Counting    Story Here  Archive
JOHN SCHWARTZ New York Times 05 November 2004
An electronic voting machine in hotly contested Ohio added 3,893 votes to President Bush's tally in a suburban Columbus precinct, even though there are just 800 voters there.

Winner so far: Confusion    Story Here  Archive
By MARK JOHNSON for The Charlotte Observer 05 November 2004
RALEIGH For a few brief hours on Wednesday, N.C. Agriculture Commissioner Britt Cobb saw his Tuesday election loss turn to a win. By Thursday, he was losing again.

Countinghouse Blues: Too many votes    Story Here  Archive
WOWT Omaha 05 November 2004
Sarpy County election officials are trying to figure out how they ended up with more votes than voters in the general election. As many as 10,000 extra votes have been tallied and candidates are still waiting for corrected totals.

San Francisco Finds Fix For Election Day Tech Snafu    Story Here  Archive
InternetWeek.com. November 5, 2004. By Antone Gonsalves. Courtesy of TechWeb News
San Francisco, which is no stranger to election snafus, has figured out the software problem that delayed some of the city's local election results, an official said Friday. While the city didn't know when the problem would be fixed, a spokesman said the Elections Department expected to easily meet the state's Nov. 30 deadline for certifying election results. Election Systems and Software Inc., the Omaha, Neb., company that sold the city the vote-counting system, said the problem stemmed from a safeguard in the software that converts optical scans of ballot results into data that the computer system uses to calculate winners. The conversion software shutdown when the amount of data entering the system had reached a level set by the vendor.

Thanks to smooth voting, Flori-duh fades into history    Story Here  Archive
Linda Kleindienst South Florida Sun-Sentinel 04 November 2004
After suffering a black eye and becoming the favorite joke of late-night comedians in the 2000 election, Florida has bounced back.

Incoming elections chief eyes scanners    Story Here  Archive
By Mary McLachlin Palm Beach Post 04 November 2004
WEST PALM BEACH ? When Arthur Anderson takes over as supervisor of elections in January, he wants to explore trading in Palm Beach County's $14 million electronic touch-screen voting system for an optical scanner system, he said Wednesday.

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