The Tennessee Senate's defeat, last week, of a bill that would have delayed a switch from paperless e-voting machines to optical scanners is already having an effect. Shelby County Commissioner Steve Mulroy is pressing the county election commission to begin the switch. Some counties in New York will be switching from levers to optical scanners this year, too testing the uncertified scanners on 1.4 million real voters in real elections in a 'pilot program.'...
("The problem is that a world in which Section 5 procedures are unnecessary is observationally equivalent to a world where they are necessary and completely effective.")
IL: Rock Island county clerk files election report LINK
(Leibovitz questioned whether the Touchscreen ballots should count since they lack an election judge's initials.)
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