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State primary approaches    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
By Kate Abbott for iBerkshires.com
Berkshire voters, along with residents across the state, will go to the polls on March 2 for the presidential primary, and voters in Lee, Lenox and Pittsfield will use new voting machines that could help things run a bit smoother.

As Primary Nears New York Lags Behind Country in Election Changes; Procedures, Voting Machines Unchanged for Tuesday's Election    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
Christy Hicks of The Century Foundation and Daniel Seligson of Electionline.org
With Super Tuesday just days away, New York is lagging behind the rest of the country in election reform. The state will not be prepared to meet the mandates of federally-ordered changes at polling places.

As Primary Nears, the Focus Is on Machines In Georgia, Maryland; Voter Confidence Is Crucial Test on Super Tuesday    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
Christy Hicks of the Century Foundation and Daniel Seligson of ELECTIONLINE.ORG
Most polling places in Maryland and Georgia have changed drastically since 2000. And as Super Tuesday approaches, the security of voting machines used in both states has been called into serious question, leading voters to wonder whether they can trust the machines they are voting on to accurately count their votes.

As Primary Nears, Gradual Election Changes in New England; What to Watch in Tuesday's Democratic Primaries    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
Christy Hicks of The Century Foundation and Daniel Seligson of electionline.org
A number of new rules and procedures await voters in polling places across the region as they head to the polls for Super Tuesday's pivotal primaries.

As Primary Nears, California's Machines in Question; Voter Confidence Is Crucial Test on Super Tuesday    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
Christy Hicks of The Century Foundation and Daniel Seligson of Electionline.org
Millions of California voters will cast ballots in Tuesday's Democratic primary on electronic, touch-screen machines, a voting system that has come under question from computer experts, voter organizations and most recently, Secretary of State Kevin Shelley.

Flaw forces elections board to reprint 150,000 ballots    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
By GEORGE J. TANBER for the Toledo Blade
The Lucas County Board of Elections will reprint about 150,000 primary election ballots because of an error in the database used to lay out the forms, elections board officials said.

Blah-blah ballot too long for touch screen    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
BY JESSE ABRAMS-MORLEY for the Miami Herald
Broward County's electronic voting machines have met their match: wordiness.

Lifting the Curtain on E-Voting    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
By Mark Lewellen-Biddle and Danielle Taylor for MediaChannel.org
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana, February 26, 2004 It happened in 2000. It could happen in 2004. When it comes to flawed election procedures, why does the media wait to the last second to tell the tale?

Counting ballots, counting dollars    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
by Mike Keefe-Feldman for the Missoula News
Representatives of Election Systems & Software (ES&S) visited a meeting of Missoula’s Election Advisory Committee on Wed., Feb. 18, to familiarize the committee with new voting hardware and software that the city will use in this year’s elections. Most voters will use an ES&S optical scanner unit with a memory card that holds all election data.

Jeffco voting machines concern some    Story Here  Archive
Published:Thursday, February 26, 2004
by Frank Catalina for JeffcoNews
When Jefferson County voters go to the polls to elect a president next November, they will be voting on state-of-the-art, touch-screen computer voting machines. Yet, some are concerned about the potential for fraud.

AccuPoll Notes Trend by Federal and State Leaders to Require Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail for Electronic Voting    Story Here  Archive
Published:Wednesday, February 25, 2004
A Press Release from AccuPoll
Support Among Regulators and Legislators Increasing for Inclusion of Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail Feature

No reason to fear electronic voting machines    Story Here  Archive
Published:Wednesday, February 25, 2004
GUEST OPINION, Sharon L. Harrington, Lee County Supervisor of Elections
Ones chosen for Florida are capable of creating paper printouts
Published by news-press.com
Re ?Plenty of risks associated with touch-screen voting,? Ed Kleinow, Feb. 12. Much media attention has been given to those who are advocating for voter-verifiable paper ballots for all touch screen voting machines.


Are Bush & Cheney out to steal the elections?    Story Here  Archive
Published:Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Letter in The Joplin (MO) Independent
This is the question being posed by Democrats, as more and more evidence mounts up of the vulnerability of electronic voting systems to fraud and manipulation.

Diebold, Electronic Voting and the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy    Story Here  Archive
Published:Wednesday, February 25, 2004
by Bob Fitrakis for The Cleveland Free Press
The Governor of Ohio, Bob Taft, and other prominent state officials, commute to their downtown Columbus offices on Broad Street. This is the so-called “Golden Finger,” the safe route through the majority black inner-city near east side. The Broad Street BP station, just east of downtown, is the place where affluent suburbanites from Bexley can stop, gas up, get their coffee and New York Times. Those in need of cash visit BP’s Diebold manufactured CashSource+ ATM machine which provides a paper receipt of the transaction to all customers upon request.

Poll sites need staff    Story Here  Archive
Published:Wednesday, February 25, 2004
By Troy Anderson, Staff Writer for the LA Daily News
Two years after a "perfect storm" slammed into Los Angeles County's March 2002 election, the problem of too few polling-place workers still plagues officials as they prepare for a confusing semi-open primary on Super Tuesday.

Crypto stars sound off on e-voting, digital rights management    Story Here  Archive
Published:Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Story by Paul Roberts in Computer World
A panel of distinguished cryptographers at the RSA Conference here weighed in on a variety of hot button issues, including electronic voting and rights management for digital media.

County prepares for first election with touch-screen voting system    Story Here  Archive
Published:Tuesday, February 24, 2004
By Les Mahler of the San Joaquin News Service
Even a computer science professor like Tom Wrensch isn't sure he'll use new technology to vote in next Tuesday's primary election.

Secretary of state tells of voting changes    Story Here  Archive
Published:Tuesday, February 24, 2004
By Jennifer Walker for The Times-Journal (AL)
Alabama Secretary of State Nancy Worley told the DeKalb Democratic Women last week of voting changes expected in DeKalb County by 2006.

Senate, Assembly offer disparate election reforms    Story Here  Archive
Published:Tuesday, February 24, 2004
By ELIZABETH BENJAMIN, Capitol bureau of TimesUnion.com
Albany Bills call for changes in voting protocol, but lawmakers have yet to meet on resolving differences
The state Senate and Assembly passed packages of bills Monday aimed at reforming the state's election system to qualify for federal funding, but the measures differ on key issues and negotiations to reconcile them have not begun, lawmakers said.


Voting reform stymies NY lawmakers    Story Here  Archive
Published:Tuesday, February 24, 2004
By SUMATHI REDDY for the ALBANY BUREAU of NewsDay.com
ALBANY Two years after the federal government ordered states to overhaul voter technology, the Legislature Monday continued to flounder over how to fix New York's election system, passing a flurry of competing reform bills.

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