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The Emerging Diebold Scandal
1) March 8, TrueVoteMD Announces the Scandal

2) March 9, Gazette, "Voting machine bills may advance"

3) March 11, TrueVoteMD files open records request in response to Lamone's misinformation printed in the Gazette

NYVV Makes Progress
1) March 9, The NY Times Editorial, "Virtues of Optical-Scan Voting"

2) March 9, The NY Daily News Editorial, "Put polling machines to a vote"

3) March 9, The League of Women Voters of New York State endorses paper ballot/optical scan solution

Unilect Patriot Re-examined and Decertified! ... or not
1) Oct 2, 2004, Citizen groups pay to have the Unilect Patriot voting machines re-examined.

2) Nov 2004, Unilect Patriot paperless voting machines malfunction severely in Mercer County, Beaver County, and Greene County

3) Jan 24, Governor's office announces the re-examination of the machines, stating that only one of the citizens who paid for it will be allowed to observe

4) Feb 5, Citizens who paid for the re-examination announce the event

5) Feb 8, Independent Study reveals 2004 UniLect Patriot meltdown in Mercer County, PA.

6) Feb 16, Patriot re-examination reported in the news - Patriot fails

7) Feb 16, Delegate from Mercer County Citizens for Better Government reports his observations on the re-exam

8) April 7, PA decertifies the Unilect Patriot. CONGRATULATIONS, Pennsylvania!

... but then ...

9) April 15, UniLect President persuades the state to give his voting machine a second chance to pass the tests. But what about the voters?

Paper Record Bill Introduced in Iowa
March 9, Senators Kibbie and Zieman introduce SF 327. March 24, the bill passed the Senate by a unanimous vote.

Bill in WV To Allow Ballot-Markers
March 8, Nine House delegates introduce H.B.2933 and 18 Senators introduce S.B.484

... the system we have for testing and certifying
voting equipment in this country
is not only broken, but is virtually nonexistent.
~ Michael Shamos
to the U.S. House Science subcommittee
on June 24, 2004

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