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Glitches, lines hamper early voting    Story Here  Archive
John Murawski Palm Beach Post 19 October 2004
Long lines and technical glitches hampered the county's early polling places Tuesday, the second day of early voting leading up to the Nov. 2 presidential election.

Voting expert thinks electronic voting is 'out of control'    Story Here  Archive
CATHERINE WILSON Associated Press 19 October 2004
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - A voting expert testifying for the state agreed Tuesday with an attorney for U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler that the nation's system of electronic voting is "out of control.

Computer Crash    Story Here  Archive
Anna Marie Hartman WMC-TV 20 October 2004
When early voting ends October 28th election commission officials will know how many people voted, but they won't know how they voted. It's a process that leaves some voters wondering if they're ballot is in good hands until November 2nd.

Suit seeking to end e-voting called unrealistic by officials    Story Here  Archive
BY KEVIN COUGHLIN The Star-Ledger 19 October 2004
Stephanie Harris of Mercer County voted four times in this year's June primary.
The reason, she said, was an apparent malfunction by an electronic voting machine from Sequoia Voting Systems. She said she still has no idea if any or all of her votes were counted by the machine.


State electronic voting machine battle continues    Story Here  Archive
WANDA T. WILLIAMS Hagerstown Herald-Mail 18 October 2004
TrueVoteMD, an election integrity group opposing the state's electronic touch-screen voting machines, is fighting the state's decision to not grant poll-watching credentials to group members for the Nov. 2 election.

Group accused of destroying Democrats' voter registration cards    Story Here  Archive
Mary Bruce Student Life of Washington University 18 October 2004
A group funded by the Republican National Convention (RNC) is under investigation for allegedly destroying Democratic voter registration cards in several swing states.
Working under the names of legitimate voter registration groups, an organization run by Republican operative Nathan Sproul has been accused of ripping up and discarding registration cards in an attempt to deny Democrats the ability to vote.


Journalist Requests Temporary Restraining Orders Against Use of Voting Machines & Absentee Ballots    Story Here  Archive
Lynn Landes EcoTalk 18 October 2004
Last week, freelance journalist Lynn Landes filed two Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO) in federal district court in Philadelphia. Landes is one of the nation's leading journalists on voting technology and democracy issues. She is attempting to halt the use of voting machines and absentee ballots in the upcoming presidential election.

Computer problems reported at Broward early voting sites    Story Here  Archive
Jean-Paul Renaud & Sarah Halasz South Florida Sun-Sentinel 18 October 2004
As long lines gathered at polls, early voters at nine of Broward County's 14 sites ran into computer-generated problems on Monday.
Gisela Salas, of the Broward Elections Office, said workers had problems connesting with a live database that is used to verify that a voter is properly registered in the county.


Communication glitch delays early voting at some Broward sites    Story Here  Archive
NIKKI WALLER and HECTOR FLORIN Miami Herald 18 October 2004
Long delays and massive confusion marred the start of early voting in Broward County today, as the remote system used to verify voter registrations collapsed at nine satellite offices.

Wexler lawsuit over touch-screen voting begins    Story Here  Archive
ERIKA BOLSTAD Miami Herald 18 October 2004
A lawsuit over how to handle recounts on touch-screen voting machines started today, the same day that thousands of people across Florida trekked to early voting sites to cast ballots on the first day of early voting.

Problems Plague 3 Early Vote Polling Places    Story Here  Archive
KSAT.com 18 october 2004
SAN ANTONIO Early voting in Bexar County hit a snag Monday morning when at least three polling sites experienced computer problems.

Few Glitches Reported in Early Fla. Voting    Story Here  Archive
By JILL BARTON Associated Press 18 October 2004
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Voters began casting ballots Monday in the state synonymous with the election fiasco of 2000, but only a few glitches were reported on a day that marked the start of early voting in several states.

Federal trial on recounts with touch-screen machines in Florida    Story Here  Archive
CATHERINE WILSON Associated Press 18 October 2004
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Touch-screen voting machines are "inherently incapable" of manual recounts even though state law requires recounts in tight races, U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler testified Monday in his lawsuit seeking some kind of paper trail for more than half of Florida's voters.

Few Glitches Reported in Early Fla. Voting    Story Here  Archive
JILL BARTON Associated Press 18 October 2004
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Voters began casting ballots Monday in Florida, encountering long lines at the polls and a few ballot box glitches four years after the 2000 presidential election fiasco.

Early voting snags in Florida raise concerns for Election Day    Story Here  Archive
GAIL EPSTEIN NIEVES, NIKKI WALLER AND DAVID OVALLE Knight-Ridder 18 October 2004
MiAMI - (KRT) - Early voters crowded precincts across Florida on Monday, but long waits in Miami-Dade County, computer glitches in Broward County around Fort Lauderdale and other problems cropped up, raising concerns for the Nov. 2 presidential election.

Early Voting Begins In Colorado.    Story Here  Archive
By Steven K. Paulson, Associated Press Writer. October 18, 2004.
DENVER (AP) Long lines and sporadic computer problems greeted Coloradans who showed up to cast ballots on the first day of early voting Monday.

No ballot crisis in Lenoir, Greene counties    Story Here  Archive
BOB SHILES Kinston Free Press 17 October 2004
Although record demands for election ballots in some parts of the country are causing ballot shortages, election officials in Lenoir and Greene counties say there will be no problem in supplying ballots to all voters in their counties.

State rules on how to conduct recounts    Story Here  Archive
Linda Kleindienst and Jeremy Milarsky South Florida Sun Sentinel 16 October 2004

In answer to a judge's order, Secretary of State Glenda Hood on Friday night issued a new state rule on how to conduct manual recounts on touch-screen voting machines like those used in Broward and Palm Beach counties.



Rule on recount calls for printout    Story Here  Archive
Dara Kam Palm Beach Post 16 October 2004
TALLAHASSEE — Secretary of State Glenda Hood issued a long-awaited rule Friday evening on how to perform a manual recount on touch-screen voting machines.

120 Broward vote machines pass test    Story Here  Archive
JEANNETTE RIVERA-LYLES Miami Herald 16 October 2004
A sample of 120 Broward County voting machines performed flawlessly on Friday during a state-mandated accuracy test, election officials said.
But voting-rights activists are not impressed. Each machine processed just one ballot, and the critics say that hardly makes for real election day conditions.


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