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Day before early voting, glitch found with machines (WV)    Story Here  Archive
Matthew Thompson Charleston Daily Mail 14 October 2008

On the eve of early voting, problems with the general election ballots are causing Kanawha County officials to conduct an emergency test of its voting machines. On Monday, the Secretary of State's office notified the County Clerk's office of a problem in the programming cards used in the M100 machines. 



Programming glitch affects ballots statewide (WV)    Story Here  Archive
Rusty Marks The Charleston Gazette 14 October 2008

CHARLESTON, W.Va. A programming glitch is forcing election officials in Kanawha and 18 other counties to retest their optical scanning voting machines on the eve of the general election. Early voting begins Wednesday for the 2008 election. But Kanawha County Clerk Vera McCormick said a programming error in the state's automated voting machines could have resulted in incorrect results for at least one state race.



Last Minute Test For Voting Machines (WV)    Story Here  Archive
Staff MetroNews 14 October 2008
"Disgusted!" That's how Kanawha County Commission President Kent Carper describes the error made by ES&S, the company that provides the West Virginia Secretary of State's Office with software for election machines.

'Daily Voting News' For October 14, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Don’t do it, Karen! (GA)    Story Here  Archive
CovNews.com. October 14, 2008. By Bill Shipp, Columnist
Enough complaints have already piled up to make us wonder if Handel is not well on her way to getting Georgia just where we don’t want to be: on the network news and page one of The New York Times.

'Daily Voting News' For October 13, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Orange blames computer glich for erroneous voter letters (FL)    Story Here  Archive
Amy L. Edwards Orlando Sentinel 13 October 2008
About 1,245 Orange County residents were erroneously mailed letters last week stating they were ineligible to vote in the upcoming election, the Orange County Supervisor of Elections office confirmed Monday.

State official: Election computers not compromised (OH)    Story Here  Archive
Nancy Kline Lima Ohio.com 13 October 2008
After last week's firing of Putnam County's elections chief for upgrading voting software, the company tested the machines and said they were not compromised and are compliant with state regulations. This testing was conducted Thursday after the Putnam County Board of Elections fired Director Virginia Price. The firing was sparked by a notice from the Ohio Secretary of State's Office that the county's voting software was upgraded without the state's authorization

'Daily Voting News' For October 12, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

'Daily Voting News' For October 11, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

'Daily Voting News' For October 10, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Electronic voting glitch reported in Delcambre race (LA)    Story Here  Archive
STEVE WILSON THE DAILY IBERIAN 09 October 2008

Sons said a glitch in the Vermilion Parish Clerk of Court’s electronic voting system prevented District 3 voters in Delcambre from voting for him or for Derise, both Democrats, from the time the polls opened at 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. “It locked me and my opponent out from District 3 until 1 p.m.,” Sons said. “However, it did allow people in District 2 to vote for me and my opponent.”



'Daily Voting News' For October 09, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

'Daily Voting News' For October 08, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

Computer system caused voting delays in Nebraska    Story Here  Archive
Omaha World-Herald. October 7, 2008 by Tom Shaw
A problem with Nebraska's voter registration computer system Monday caused voting delays over the lunch hour at election offices across the state.

Bucks awaits voting figures, machine count (PA)    Story Here  Archive
JENNA PORTNOY The Intelligencer 06 October 2008
As of Friday, Dean said, voter totals showed 808 machines would be needed. The county already has 765 Danaher electronic voting machines in its inventory. Dean said polling places with 1,400 or fewer voters need two machines, 1,401 to 1,900 voters mean three machines and more than 1,900 voters require four machines.

New voters' ballots could be thrown out (NM)    Story Here  Archive
Maggie Ybarra New Mexico Daily Lobo 06 October 2008

Richard Abraham, owner of Business Computing Solutions, said Bernalillo County is seeing an influx of voters who are newly registered but that a large number of them have not been entered in the state's system yet. "There are still about 15,000 registrations that haven't been processed," he said.



Ballot machines for early voting down again today (NC)    Story Here  Archive
Staff The Island Packet 07 October 2008
The early voting was scheduled to begin Monday, but the county elections received the incorrect password from the state for the ballot machines, according to the elections office.

Straight-ticket omits presidential race (NC)    Story Here  Archive
James T. Hamilton Charlotte Observer 07 October 2008
Hundreds of thousands of new voters have been added to North Carolina's voter registration rolls this year. The candidates, parties and interest groups will spend millions to get N.C. voters to the polls. Once these voters are in the voting booth, however, thousands will be disenfranchised by the design of the ballot.

'Daily Voting News' For October 07, 2008    Story Here
John Gideon
A collection of articles from local and national media that cover voting issues

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