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Caldara: Want to know how I voted? Look it up    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, August 15, 2004
by Jon Caldara as printed in the Boulder Daily News 15 August 2004
Government employees have better things to do than spend their valuable time trying to appease the occasional gadfly who starts circling around their offices.

Vote system test results perfect, with a few bumps    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, August 15, 2004
BY JOE MOZINGO in the Miami Herald 15 August 2004
Miami-Dade County election officials wrapped up their extensive, somewhat chaotic test of the electronic voting system at 2:30 a.m. Saturday, announcing they had perfect results but ran into some unexpected problems along the way.

For voters, seeing is believing    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, August 15, 2004
San Jose Mercury News Editorial 15 August 2004
A printer one that lets voters verify on paper the electronic votes they cast on a touch-screen voting machine will remedy much of the controversy surrounding electronic voting.

How Sequoia's voter-verified system works    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, August 15, 2004
San Jose Mercury Editorial Page 15 August 2004
How Sequoia's voter-verified system works

Questions linger as computerized voting comes to S.C.    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, August 15, 2004
BY CLAY BARBOUR for the Charleston Post and Courier 15 August 2004
It's the size of a laptop computer and operates by touch. It's versatile enough to be used by the blind and physically impaired. And by everyone's account, it's as easy to use as a voting machine can be.

Officials eager for change    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, August 15, 2004
BY CLAY BARBOUR Of The Charleston Post and Courier Staff 15 August 2004
Problems with the state's election equipment have many officials anxiously awaiting the new iVotronic machines, despite the problems of electronic voting systems.

Absentee voting is easy, but is it right?    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, August 15, 2004
By Peter Schorsch in the Tallahassee Democrat 15 August 2004
Adorned in crisp white togas worn specifically for the day of an election, Roman citizens voted by crossing a raised platform and placing their marked tablet into a cistern.
Their ballots were secret, but their participation was very public.


E-voting paper-trail bill tossed by Dems    Story Here  Archive
Published:Sunday, August 15, 2004
By Ian Hoffman in the Oakland Tribune 15 August 2004
California Democratic lawmakers killed legislation on Thursday that would require electronic voting machines to offer a paper trail for the next statewide election.

Voting machines put to the test    Story Here  Archive
Published:Saturday, August 14, 2004
By Jeremy Milarsky in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel 14 August 2004
FORT LAUDERDALE · With a group of critics and concerned politicians watching, a team of volunteers on Friday tested a sampling of Broward County's relatively new touch-screen voting machines in preparation for the Aug. 31 primary election.

Voting machines put to test    Story Here  Archive
Published:Saturday, August 14, 2004
BY JOE MOZINGO in the Miami Herald 14 August 2004
Hoping to restore public confidence in its voting system, Miami-Dade officials conducted extensive testing on 212 electronic voting machines Friday, allowing the public to take part for the first time.

Voting machines pass Broward test    Story Here  Archive
Published:Saturday, August 14, 2004
BY ERIKA BOLSTAD in the Miami Herald 14 August 2004
Testing of Broward's electronic voting equipment went flawlessly Friday during a public yet hands-off review of the accuracy of the county's touch-screen machines before the Aug. 31 primary.

Punch-card ballots raise new worries    Story Here  Archive
Published:Saturday, August 14, 2004
By Cindi Andrews in the Cincinnati Enquirer 14 August 2004
Four years after the presidential election hung on a few chads in Florida, Ohio is bracing for another potentially close race with the same troublesome punch-card ballots.

A "Glitch" in Democracy    Story Here  Archive
Published:Saturday, August 14, 2004
By Karen Charman in Fair 14 August 2004
If mainstream media outlets had devoted as much ink and airtime to electronic voting machines as they had to O.J. Simpson, Monicagate or even Janet Jackson's breast, the outcome of our next presidential election might not depend on machines that can be programmed to favor one candidate over another without anyone ever knowing. As it is, nearly one-third of the American electorate will cast their votes on one of the more than 150,000 electronic voting machines whose integrity is in doubt.

Touch-screen voting in Lee passes early test    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, August 13, 2004
By CHARLIE WHITEHEAD for Naples Daily News 13 August 2004
Every sample vote that was entered on Lee County touch screens Thursday was tallied properly.
As new Florida Division of Elections Director Dawn Roberts looked on, local election officials tested 78 ballots and 21 of the more than 1,000 voting machines that will be in use in the Aug. 31 primary election.


Floridians still unsure all votes will count    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, August 13, 2004
BY MARC CAPUTO AND GARY FINEOUT in the Miami Herald 13 August 2004
TALLAHASSEE - Nearly one-third of Florida voters have 'deep concerns' about the new touch-screen voting machines and the state's elections process as a whole, according to a new survey that also shows negative feelings about President Bush are cresting to an all-time high.

Del. voters will leave a paper trail    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, August 13, 2004
By AHMED NAMATALLA for Delaware News Journal 13 August 2004
Touting the reliability of the state's electronic voting machines, officials from the New Castle County Department of Elections held a demonstration Thursday to promote better understanding of how the machines work.

Voting Machine Companies Make Political Contributions to Both Democrats and Republicans    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, August 13, 2004
Press Release from Electionline.org 13 August 2004
WASHINGTON, DC (PRWEB) August 13, 2004 Electionline.org today announced the release of the first nonpartisan and non-advocacy look at the political campaign contributions and lobbying activities of the largest producers of e-voting machines.

Shelley Cancels Plan to Encourage Absentee Voting    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, August 13, 2004
By Stuart Pfeifer, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer 13 August 2004
California Secretary of State Kevin Shelley responded to criticism from local registrars of voters Thursday by withdrawing his plan to mail 3.75 million letters to registered voters encouraging them to become permanent absentee voters.

Lee voting machine tests run smoothly    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, August 13, 2004
By BETTY PARKER for News-Press.com 13 August 2004
In past years, no more than two or three people came for the pre-election tests of Lee County’s voting machines.
This year, more than a dozen — including top state election officials and observers — attended Thursday’s tests.


Lawmakers cut e-voting's paper trail    Story Here  Archive
Published:Friday, August 13, 2004
By Ian Hoffman in the Tri-Valley Herald 13 August 2004
California Democratic lawmakers killed legislation on Thursday that would require electronic voting machines to offer a paper trail for the next statewide election.

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