FLATHEAD RECOUNT Story Here Archive
As many of statewide candidates were making their acceptance speeches, Flathead election officials were conceding to setbacks pushing back substantial results by almost eleven hours. Well past midnight this morning, a steady hum filled the elections office.
Problems scattered at busy polls Story Here Archive
A heavy stream of voters withstood a steady rain, long lines and a few problems to cast their ballots yesterday in Kentucky and Southern Indiana.
E-Voting Tests Get Failing Grade Story Here Archive
In 1996, a federal testing lab responsible for evaluating voting systems in the United States examined the software for a new electronic voting machine made by I-Mark Systems of Omaha, Nebraska.
All eyes on e-voting as voters get touchy Story Here Archive
Before tens of millions of voters hit the polls, the electronic-voting industry already has declared touch-screen voting a success.
"Returns suggest nothing but the accurate and secure operation of electronic voting machines," said Harris N. Miller, president of the Information Technology Association of America.
A Vote for Open-Source Voting Machines Story Here Archive
Open-source programs can be more secure because the code is visible and it speaks for itself in most cases. Thus, we can rely on the code and don't have to rely on its author. Tampering with the code is easy to detect and the nature and biases of the tamperer can be clearly identified.
Glitch Forces Recount Of 13,000 Ballots In Central Florida Story Here Archive
ORLANDO, Fla. A glitch in a voting machine at an early polling place in Volusia County, Fla., is forcing election officials to recount about 13,000 ballots, according to Local 6 News.
Ballot glitch has wrong candidates' names on Richmond ballot Story Here Archive
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Some Election Day voting glitches already have been reported as the wrong names appeared on the ballot in one Richmond precinct.
Presidential Votes Miscast on E-Voting Machines Across the Country Story Here Archive
Voters from at least half a dozen states reported that touch-screen voting machines had incorrectly recorded their choices, including for president.
Early problems at some NYC polling places Story Here Archive
NEW YORK (AP) ? Voters formed long lines at polling places around the city on a mild and sunny Tuesday, only to be frustrated by late openings, broken down machines and insufficient or inadequately trained staff at some locations.
Lines, malfunctions as city votes Story Here Archive
Long lines, machine malfunctions and a Board of Elections telephone snafu marked early morning voting in the city today.
As voting begins, first reports of technical troubles, late openings Story Here Archive
Polling places experienced scattered problems early today as legions of lawyers, election-rights activists and computer scientists watched, particularly in battleground states, for any trouble that could disenfranchise voters.
Lines long, voting smooth in S. Florida Story Here Archive
Millions of Floridians began playing their crucial roles in the electoral drama of 2004 today as virtually all precincts opened on time in Miami-Dade and Broward counties and voting proceeded with relative efficiency across the state.
Voters confront switched congressional districts Story Here Archive
Early voters in one city precinct cast ballots Tuesday in the wrong congressional race until the error was discovered and the correct ballot was entered into voting machines.
Local Turnout Could Surpass 70 Percent Story Here Archive
LOUISVILLE Voter turnout may reach the 70-to-72 percent that has been projected locally, a Jefferson County Board of Elections spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Early voting problems reported in and around New Orleans Story Here Archive
NEW ORLEANS (AP) ? Long lines greeted early voters when polls opened at 6 a.m. in New Orleans and it didn't take long for reports of problems to begin surfacing in the city, which is having to restage a juvenile court race because of voting machines not being delivered in time for the Sept. 18 elections
Technical problems thwart some S.C. voters Story Here Archive
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Cloudy skies across South Carolina and rain in the Upstate did not thwart voters early Tuesday as long lines formed at precincts statewide, but a smattering of problems with new electronic voting machines caused frustration and delays.
Pols, Don't Count on Recounts Story Here Archive
When candidates start demanding recounts in the aftermath of Tuesday's election, many will make an unsettling discovery: In the districts that used electronic voting machines there won't be a way to conduct a meaningful recount.
Some Richmond voters in Scott-Sears race get wrong ballots Story Here Archive
RICHMOND ? Early voters in a city precinct cast ballots today in the wrong congressional race until the error was discovered and the correct ballot was entered into one of the voting machines.
Indiana voters turn out early despite rain Story Here Archive
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana voters braved morning rain Tuesday to cast their ballots, waiting in long lines at some precincts, perhaps driven by the tight race for governor.
Machine Problems Delay Voting In Cincinnati Suburb Story Here Archive
Officials say problems with voting machines delayed the start of voting for up to an hour this morning at a suburban Cincinnati precinct.