Hunt's on for voting system, registrar in Alameda County CAQuicklink submitted by Joan Brunwasser Permalink
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|When Alameda County became the first large West Coast jurisdiction to buy Diebold's ATM-like touchscreen voting machines, some Democratic activists got the impression from the county's elections chief that no other voting company or technology could handle the county's vote.
Now with more than $12 million spent on Diebold voting machinery and former voter registrar Brad Clark working for the California secretary of state, Alameda is looking for both a new elections chief and a new voting system.
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