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'Daily Voting News' For January 06, 2008

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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org Today's news includes a lot of articles, opinion pieces, and editorials about the upcoming (January 09) Supreme Court hearing regarding Indiana's restrictive Voter ID law. This case could decide whether you and I will be required to get a voter ID in the future.

A Civil Grand Jury in Monterey Co California actually interviewed four county election officials and toured the election office and then they found that the county should just go ahead and use their Sequoia Advantage voting machines because they are secure. They did not interview any computer scientists, members of the Election Integrity community, or members of the Secretary of State staff. Whether this Grand Jury has the ability to tell the county to ignore state directives is an unanswered question but we will keep an eye on this....

  • NAtional: High court to consider Indiana law on voter ID LINK
  • NAtional: Opinion - BALLOT BURDEN: Court should rule photo ID requirement unnecessary LINK
  • NAtional: Voter ID issue remains controversial LINK
  • NAtional: State's voter ID law under scrutiny of high court LINK
  • NAtional: High Court to consider voter ID law LINK
  • NAtional: U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Voter ID Case This Week LINK
  • NAtional: Papering over OptiScam Problems LINK
  • NAtional: Commentary on NYTimes: Can You Count On These Machines? LINK
  • NAtional: New York Times Magazine on E-voting LINK
  • NAtional: GOP Already at Work to Keep Obama Voters From the Polls LINK
  • CA: Are Americans ready for reality-style voting? Not yet LINK
  • CA: Kern County Columnist - Henry column: Time to pop bubble, crawl into the future LINK
  • CA: Monterey County - Jury backs voting machines County urged to resume their use LINK
  • CA: Napa County Editorial - The move to vote by mail LINK
  • MT: Ohio Report Faults Montana Voting Machines LINK
  • NC: Alamance County - Elections director: Count will be accurate LINK
  • NJ: New Jersey's Post-Election Audit Bill and Its Importance to Our Nation LINK
  • OH: Will Ohio overhaul its voting systems? Legislators will deal with secretary of state's bombshell proposal this week. LINK
  • OH: EVEREST: The Truth About Electronic Voting Machines LINK
  • SC: SC officials plan to use voting machines banned by other states LINK
  • Guam: GEC releases unofficial final results, no changes to races LINK
  • Guam: Was GEC's tabulation error technical or human? (ES&S) LINK
  • **"Daily Voting News" is meant as a comprehensive listing of reports each day concerning issues related to election and voting news around the country regardless of quality or political slant. Therefore, items listed in "Daily Voting News" may not reflect the opinions of VotersUnite.Org or OpEdNews.Com**
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