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'Daily Voting News' For December 02 and 03, 2007

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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org Last month 108 voters went into the voting booth to vote on a school bond referendum and walked away without voting at all; or that's what the county is questioning. The votes were cast on ES&S iVotronic DREs. The total undervotes was less than 2% of the 6,252 total ballots cast but about 8% in some precincts.

The Pima Co Arizona lawsuit goes to court tomorrow. That suit, if the results go our way, should provide a lot of information about elections and the voting machines being used across the country.

There is also a great review of "Margin of Error, Ballots of Straw". We have a couple copies left which we would be happy to send out as a premium in exchange for a $50 donation. [Note: VotersUnite! is in affiliation with International Humanities Center, a nonprofit public charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501[c](3) of the Internal Revenue Code.] ...

  • NAtional: Tic Toc Tic Toc "Margin of Error, Ballots of Straw" Tic Toc Tic Toc LINK
  • NAtional: Another Report to the EAC Buried? LINK
  • NAtional: Republicans in Texas County Reject Paperless Primary But Voters in South Carolina and 12 Other States Will Vote on Paperless Voting Machines LINK
  • AZ: Arizona Lawsuit a Crystal Ball Into 2008 Presidential Vote Count LINK
  • CA: Opinion - Mulling the all-mail vote LINK
  • CA: Opinion - The year of the vote Californians will be busy, and should be fully engaged in, three 2008 elections LINK
  • CA: Opinion - Safeguarding the election system LINK
  • CA: Secretary of state casts doubt on future of electronic voting LINK
  • CA: Opinion - My sixth sense: I see dead people, voting LINK
  • CT: Norwich, New London In State's Election Audit LINK
  • FL: Editorial - Write new recount law for new voting method LINK
  • IL: Citizenship in sight, but then she voted Immigrant says registering, then casting ballot were innocent errors, not reason for deportation LINK
  • IN: Elections officials side against Voter ID law LINK
  • NJ: N.J. Needs 6 More Months To Retrofit Electronic Voting Machines The Senate State Government Committee Will Debate The Request Monday LINK
  • NJ: Landmark NJ Election Audit Bill Out of Committee -- AS WRITTEN! LINK
  • NY: Editorial - Voting tech still lags Despite deadlines, New York voters won't see much change by primaries LINK
  • NJ: State needs more time to retrofit electronic voting machines LINK
  • NY: The DOJ and New York State Part 2 DOJ Calls for Chaos at NYS Polls in 2008 LINK
  • OH: Opinion - Elect voting technology that works LINK
  • OH: More Hamilton County ballots counted LINK
  • SC: Florence County - Blank ballots in referendum remain a mystery LINK
  • VA: Stafford County - High Tech Voting Machines Out, Paper Ballots In LINK
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