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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of In a critical editorial, The Asbury Park Press asks why the Secretary of State of New Jersey has decided that it is alright to undermine the court. Not only has Secretary Wells undermined the court, as they editorialize, but she has done all she can to discredit Princeton University Professor Ed Felten. The Secretary seems to be doing all she can to protect Sequoia Voting and their flawed voting system being used throughout the state.

Meanwhile Sequoia Voting has more problems than just the courts in New Jersey. If they are able to save their corporate self will they have any money left to meet payroll?

Does anyone have to remind everyone that tomorrow is election-day in Pennsylvania? Depending on the number of problems being reported by the media we may have two editions for a couple days....

  • NAtional: Hart/Sequoia Hostile Takeover: BRAD BLOG Report Publicly Confirmed by Sequoia LINK
  • NAtional: Shamos: Why e-voting paper trails are a bad idea LINK
  • NAtional: Florida Senator: Change Voting System Now LINK
  • CT: Reform Moves Forward In Connecticut LINK
  • CT: Voter Rolls: No Grave Concern LINK
  • KS: Willing to serve, not able to vote Out-of-state military personnel decry limits on absentee ballots. LINK
  • NC: Thousands of Voters Turn Out Early LINK
  • NJ: Editorial - Will the winner be the winner? LINK
  • NJ: Columnist - Self-styled public protectors LINK
  • OK: Editorial - Proposed law requiring a photo ID to vote is unwise LINK
  • PA: PA primary will be unauditable; GOP blocks e-voting reform LINK
  • PA: The Pennsylvania Primary: Democracy of the Gods Tuesday's Election Will be 'Unrecountable, Unverifiable, and Unauditable'... LINK
  • PA: Secretary of the Commonwealth Reminds Voters of Closed Primary and First-Time Voter Identification Requirements LINK
  • PA: Michael Collins: Election Fraud in Pennsylvania? LINK
  • PA: Election officials warn voters to expect lines at polls LINK
  • PA: What will be the turnout at the polls? LINK
  • PA: Pennsylvania's 'Faith-Based' Primary LINK
  • PA: Bucks County - Suggestions from a Bucks County, Pa Judge of Elections and Voting Activists LINK
  • PA: Centre County - More machines to serve student precincts LINK
  • PA: York County - Local Democrats ready for busy day LINK
  • WV: Wood County - Early vote will begin Wednesday Registration deadline is on Tuesday LINK
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