Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Today the House GOP members managed to block Congressman Rush Holt's emergency voting bill with a 239 178 vote; 2/3 majority was required for passage. It is unknown at this time what the next move will be. Maybe an all-out ban on DREs? The bill would get no where but it would bring the Election Integrity Community back together.
Today is "Match Day" for Sequoia. Can they satisfy Smartmatic with a matching offer that will save themselves from Hart Intercivic? And, if they do will they have enough funds left to continue paying their contracts and employees? ...
NAtional: Surprise: Election Reforms Politicized LINK
NAtional: Avoid Corporate Crime - Hand Count The Paper Ballots LINK
NAtional: GOP Objections Mean Uncertainty for Paper Ballot Bill LINK
NAtional: Holt Blasts Republicans for Blocking Emergency Voting Bill LINK
NAtional: House GOP Leaders and White House Deliver Blow to Verifiable Election LINK
FL: Sarasota County - Supervisor of elections has vexing blind spot LINK
IN: Tippecanoe County - Final voter filings for county up 6,000-plus LINK
MO: Paper ballots required under Missouri legislation LINK
NJ: The NJ/Sequoia Voting System Mess Unraveled and Reraveled LINK
NY: Albany County - Help at polls for disabled voters
County lawmakers expected to OK $1.6 million plan to buy 210 ballot-marking machines LINK
OH: Brunner: Counties should be permitted to hold mail-only elections LINK
OH: Brunner proposes mail-only elections LINK
OK: OK voters required to show ID at polls LINK
PA: Pennsylvania's Primary: Paperless and Unverifiable LINK
PA: Carbon County ready for primary LINK
WV: Cabell voters will see touch screen voting again this primary LINK
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