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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
"Pre-eminent computer scientists have come to a scientific consensus that the (e-voting) technology is a bad idea," elections attorney and member of the commission Paul Hultin said at a Colorado Election Reform Commission meeting on Tuesday. This statement was made while the commission recommended that the state get rid of electronic voting machines and go to an all-paper system by 2014. Another DRE state may soon be falling to paper ballots....
Featured - CO: Panel calls for all-paper elections LINK
AL: House panel delays Alabama voter photo ID bill LINK
CO: Eagle County - Voting machines passed on to Vail, other towns
Vail, Avon and Basalt get 10-year-old technology from county LINK
FL: Hillsborough County - Johnson Spent $2 Million On Voter Education LINK
MN: Judges add 23 to Franken's count, but it's far from over LINK
MN: Reid says he won't try to seat Franken until trial concludes LINK
MN: Franken Gains Votes in Coleman's U.S. Senate Election Contest in MN LINK
NY: Transparency vs. Certification: Fact & Friction LINK
OH: Lucas County election costs surpass board's '08 budget by $1M LINK
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