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Waiting in Wichita    Story Here  Archive
Robert Morgan/Times Record News 04 November 2004
Wichita County's voting solution may come today in the form of two officials from the Texas Secretary of State's office and a computer programmer from Elections Systems and Software.

Lancaster County counts by hand after malfunction    Story Here  Archive
NITA BOTZENMAYER-BROWN Charlotte Observer 04 November 2004
LANCASTER, S.C. - Huddled in the basement of the Lancaster County Administration Building, election officials late Wednesday were manually tallying results of about 1,600 absentee ballots.

Needed: Voting machines    Story Here  Archive
RICHARD RUBIN AND BINYAMIN APPELBAUM Charlotte Observer 04 November 2004
Why did some polling places across the Carolinas look like Soviet bread stores, with lines spilling onto sidewalks and wrapping around buildings?

Races for N.C. execs are being contested    Story Here  Archive
SHARIF DURHAMS Charlotte Observer 04 November 2004
RALEIGH - A seemingly smooth election night for N.C. races turned into a contentious day after Wednesday, with state elections officials and the state Democratic Party questioning whether three executive offices are too close to call.

Computer glitches slow Volusia results    Story Here  Archive
By Kevin P. Connolly Orlando Sentinel 04 November 2004
DELAND Volusia County wants answers from the supplier of its electronic vote-counting equipment after glitches plagued the system yet again.

Computer loses more than 4,000 early votes in Carteret    Story Here  Archive
Charlotte Observer, Associated Press 04 November 2004
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. - More than 4,500 votes may be lost in Carteret County because officials believed a computer that stored ballots electronically could hold more data than it did. Scattered other problems may change results in local races around the state.

Broward Vote-Counting Blunder Changes Amendment Result    Story Here  Archive
News4Jax 04 November 2004
BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. The Broward County Elections Department has egg on its face today after a computer glitch misreported a key amendment race, according to WPLG-TV in Miami.

County retallies early-vote results    Story Here  Archive
RICHARD RUBIN AND CARRIE LEVINE Charlotte Observer 04 November 2004
Mecklenburg County officials were spending Thursday morning retallying all early-voting results as they tried to find the source of a stunning election-night foul-up.

Reporter's notebook: The e-voting debate brought home    Story Here  Archive
Dan Verton Computerworld 04 November 2004
NOVEMBER 04, 2004 (COMPUTERWORLD) - As a reporter who's covered nearly every twist and turn in this year's debate over e-voting security and reliability, I evaluated my own voting experience this year more closely than usual.

Three Council Of State Races Remain Undecided    Story Here  Archive
WRAL-TV 04 November 2004
RALEIGH, N.C. Election Day has come and gone, but three statewide races still do not have a clear winner. Whether it is human error or machine error, mistakes are being caught. Plus, the provisional ballots are being counted and added in.

Software tweak restores Broward 'yes' votes for Amendment 4    Story Here  Archive
Jeremy Milarsky and Rafael A. Olmeda South Florida Sun-Sentinel 05 November 2004
FORT LAUDERDALE ? A computing error discovered and corrected by Broward County officials early Thursday morning helped change the course of a statewide gambling issue.

Computer error at voting machine gives Bush 3,893 extra votes    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 05 November 2004
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A computer error with a voting machine cartridge gave President Bush 3,893 extra votes in a Gahanna precinct

Lexington town leaders criticize slow vote count    Story Here  Archive
TIM FLACH The State 04 November 2004
Lexington town leaders promise to end delays that kept the local election?s outcome under wraps until early Wednesday morning.

Voter turnout still not known    Story Here  Archive
By KORI KAMRADT ? County Reporter for the Herald Argus 04 November 2004
LAPORTE ? The computer glitch that has delayed LaPorte County?s voter turnout figures from Tuesday?s election still hasn?t been fixed.

Software glitch blamed for delay in election results    Story Here  Archive
By CATHY ZOLLO for the Naples Daily News 04 November 2004
The touchscreen voting machines were fine in Collier County's general election. It was the software on a separate computer that is used for tabulating results that was home to the problem.

New Scanners Tally Votes Smoothly    Story Here  Archive
NBCSanDiego 03 November 2004
SAN DIEGO Election officials in San Diego County said there have been no serious problems with the new optically scanned paper ballots during Tuesday's election.

Voters Report Problems with Computer Systems    Story Here  Archive
Andy Sullivan Reuters 03 November 2004
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Voters across the United States reported problems with electronic touch-screen systems on Tuesday in what critics said could be a sign that the machines used by one-third of the population were prone to error.

Polling problems plague Wichita    Story Here  Archive
Robert Morgan, Matt Terrell and Brent D. Wistrom/Times Record 03 November 2004
Problems with vote-counting machines in Wichita County left several races undecided Tuesday, and a hand count in a ed precinct verified errors, leaving candidates to wonder if they should celebrate or concede.

37 votes may be lost in Palm Beach glitch    Story Here  Archive
JILL BARTON Associated Press 03 November 2004
WEST PALM BEACH - Nine voting machines ran out of battery power and nearly 40 votes may have been lost in Palm Beach County, the first major problem reported on Election Day in the state that was the epicenter of the election fiasco four years ago.

Errors plague voting process in Ohio, Pa.    Story Here  Archive
The Vindicator 03 November 2004
So much for advanced computer voting technology.
Mahoning and Mercer ? the only counties in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys to use electronic voting machines and among only a handful in Ohio and Pennsylvania with the technology ? encountered a series of problems that delayed results for hours Tuesday.


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