Voting Snafus Across the Nation Story Here Archive
A non-partisan coalition monitoring problems at polling sites has reported failures of electronic voting machines around the United States - some of which recorded touch screen votes for candidates voters had not ed. While errors were resolved in the cases brought to the attention of poll watchers, many voters remain uncertain whether their proper vote was cast in a bitterly contested election in which President George Bush has claimed victory.
E-voting irregularities raise eyebrows, blood pressure Story Here Archive
Concern over electronic voting technology was not assuaged Tuesday as glitches, confusion and human error raised a welter of problems across the country, even while e-vote watchdogs prepared to file suits challenging the results derived from the controversial machines.
E-Voting Debate Continues in Aftermath of Election Story Here Archive
Cindy Cohn, a lawyer for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which has raised a host of concerns about e-voting from potential lost votes to possible hacking said it's logical to assume the problems reported are a fraction of those that occurred and that some voters might have miscast ballots without knowing it.
The Case For Fraud Story Here Archive
Ignore the rightist snickers. Ignore those who would straightjacket permissible thought. We have a right to ask difficult questions.
NEW: Technical problems, 'operator error' slowed Bexar vote count Story Here Archive
While most of the counting in Bexar County's election went smoothly Tuesday night, problems with 19 touchscreen units delayed the final tabulation until almost 6 a.m. today.
Opinion: E-voting 'success' unverifiable and that's the problem Story Here Archive
NOVEMBER 03, 2004 (COMPUTERWORLD) - Did those controversial electronic voting machines properly record Americans' votes yesterday? We'll never really know. Without a paper trail, there's simply nothing to check against in order to verify accuracy.
E-Voting Said to Pass Major Test Despite Glitches Story Here Archive
Despite dire predictions of chaos and worse, the influx of electronic voting in precincts across the United States on Election Day was more notable for its lack of problems than for any voting catastrophe. And where there were problems, people for the most part still voted.
Electronic voting appears to gain fresh credibility in California Story Here Archive
LOS ANGELES - Electronic voting appeared to regain some credibility in California on Election Day and could be bound for wider use in the future - if the results stand.
E-voting passes biggest test, but computer scientists remain skeptical Story Here Archive
After only scattered problems in electronic voting's biggest day ever in the United States, with roughly 40 million people casting digital ballots, voting equipment company executives crowed.
E-voting backers see success, but issues linger Story Here Archive
Critics of electronic voting security conceded Wednesday that the number of glitches reported with e-voting machines likely didn't have an impact on the U.S. presidential race. As supporters of e-voting technology trumpeted the apparent success of electronic voting technology for an estimated 40 million U.S. voters in Tuesday's election, Will Doherty, executive director of e-voting watchdog Verified Voting Foundation, noted however that the 1,181 e-voting related incidents reported to the group's Voteprotect.org database may have affected other close races, if not the presidential race.
State's touch-screen machines receive mostly positive reviews Story Here Archive
Election officials report no serious problems; voter group disagrees
Maryland e-voting controversy continues in presidential race Story Here Archive
A voter advocacy group monitoring the use of electronic voting machines in Maryland reports a number of software glitches occurred during yesterday?s presidential election, but state election officials said the allegations were baseless.
Early voting snafu delays count in Walker Story Here Archive
Failure to provide a list of early voters to Walker County poll workers delayed the ballot count Tuesday night. The counting delays compounded problems stemming from the heavy voter turnout and technical problems.
Turnout in Ohio largest in decades Story Here Archive
Voters across Ohio faced ballot-box confusion, technical glitches, long waits, and drizzle as they flocked to the polls yesterday in volumes not seen in decades.
Confusion greets voters in some precincts Story Here Archive
Cincinnati, Ohio. Long lines and some confusion met many Hamilton County voters at the polls early this morning, with polls suddenly crowded with hundreds of vote challengers and poll monitors.
Both Campaigns See Causes for Litigation in Florida Story Here Archive
As South Florida polling places neared closing time Tuesday, lawyers who monitored the election for the presidential campaigns of Sen. John Kerry and President George Bush said there were few problems that obstructed the path to a fair vote. But several issues loomed, particularly questions over absentee and provisional ballots that could become a focal point for post-election litigation.
Broken vote-counting machines, MoveOn draw complaints in Iowa Story Here Archive
Malfunctioning ballot-counting machines and uncounted provisional and absentee ballots left Iowa's election results in doubt early this morning.
Many Strand voters find long lines at precincts Story Here Archive
Voters at Carolina Forest waited in a three-hour-long line that snaked through the elementary school's cafeteria and around the outside of the building to make their choice for president, on local races and on referendums.
The last ballot question: Why did they run out? Story Here Archive
Steve Lasko looked more bemused than angry when he finally cast his ballot Tuesday in northwest Omaha at 11:40 p.m.
Long lines, no ballots for some. Story Here Archive
Lawsuits, lines and lost ballots marred voting in some states Tuesday, but in Sacramento County, elections officials reported a different problem: Not enough ballots.