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'Daily Voting News' For October 27, 2008

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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of 8 days until Election Day.

Kim Zetter writes in her "Threat Level" blog on [Featured] that while ES&S touch screens in West Virginia were flipping voters votes the Secretary of State was busy giving an ex-official of that company, and a WV resident, Gary Greenhalgh, a "Medallion Award" from the National Association of Secretaries of State. Greenhalgh sold the machines used in the state to the state. While he no longer works for ES&S, his wife is now the companies representative in WV. Secretary of State Betty Ireland, just two years ago, filed a formal complaint against ES&S with the federal Election Assistance Commission, the body that oversees federal testing and certification of voting machines. She called for an audit of the company's contractual performance. She has now turned to a supporter of the company. Not covered by Zetter is that at one time Greenhalgh worked for MicroVote as their national sales director. This NASS "Medallion Award" winner was sued by his employer for what MicroVote says is "trade secret violations". According to James Ries Jr., the president of MicroVote, Greenhalgh's actions were "Probably the most damaging, he was actually selling the equipment being released from Montgomery County to our customers on the side. And it violated his working contract with us that he was selling outside of MicroVote's jurisdiction"....

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  • National: Opinion - Election fraud fears: the cure States need better machinery and better registration procedures. LINK
  • National: Early e-voting results in vote flipping in three states so far LINK
  • National: Reform Institute Partners in Assisting Voters Reform Institute a Key Partner in 877-GO-CNN-08 Voter Hotline LINK
  • National: 1936: Counting America's 40,000,000 Votes LINK
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  • National: Camps Lawyer Up For High-Pressure Election Day LINK
  • National: Futurist: One Click, One Vote LINK
  • National: Election officials, election watchers brace for Nov. 4 LINK
  • National: Opinion - Denounce dirty tricks: Ensuring a fair vote is a responsibility, too LINK
  • National: Election Day Trouble on the Way? LINK
  • National: Open source: How e-voting should be done LINK
  • National: Popularity of mail-in voting surges in California, elsewhere LINK
  • National: More felons learning -- to their surprise -- that they can vote LINK
  • National: Stealing the Vote: GOP Voter Suppression is McCain's Last Chance to Win LINK
  • National: Provisional Ballot Problems Loom As 2008 Election Approaches, New Report Finds LINK
  • National: Policy Center Demos Publishes Election Primer for Journalists LINK
  • National: Monitor Election Problems Nationwide with Search by State or County for Real-Time Voter Reports on Election Day LINK
  • National: Voting Rights Watch: One company's machine behind vote-switching reported in early balloting across the South LINK
  • National: Messy Elections: Can They Be Trusted? LINK
  • National: Pollwatcher Toolkit LINK
  • National: Princeton report rips N.J. e-voting machines as easily hackable Vendor challenges research, says its machines are safe and reliable LINK
  • National: Study: Large Counties in Swing States May Face Election Day Problems--Lack of Preparation, Uniformity Could Cause Long Lines on Election Day LINK
  • National: Far from perfect With election days away, Stewart charts progress of U.S. voting security LINK
  • National: E-Voting Complaints Heat Up With Early Voting LINK
  • National: Electronic Voting Machines Leave Room For Manipulations, Warns Europe's Biggest Hacker Group LINK
  • CA: Paskus: I want my vote to count, but will it? LINK
  • CO: Oh Where Oh Where is My Mail-In Ballot? LINK
  • CO: Denver Elections Division promises delivery of delayed ballots LINK
  • CO: Colorado Secretary of State sued over voter purges LINK
  • CO: Voting rights group sues Colorado secretary of state over purges LINK
  • CO: Weld County - Mail-in ballots have quirks LINK
  • FL: Ballots picked up, then disappear The disappearance of some absentee ballots, picked up under unusual circumstances, has raised some serious questions. LINK
  • GA: CNN: Error purges 50,000 Georgia voters from rolls LINK
  • GA: Court: 'Flagged' citizens may vote LINK
  • IN: Film, panel highlight errors in electronic voting machine software LINK
  • MD: After push, voter registration jumps LINK
  • MI: Tribe looks to boost voting LINK
  • MO: Missouri ripe for voting snags Among 12 states where conditions spark concerns LINK
  • NC: Confusing North Carolina Ballot Leaves off Votes for President LINK
  • NJ: Opinion - Less than confident our votes really count LINK
  • NJ: Morris County - Voter rolls at center of clerk's race LINK
  • NM: New Mexico GOP Sued For Voter Intimidation LINK
  • OH: STAY OUT of Ohio, lawmakers tell DoJ! LINK
  • OH: Counties count on counters Election board workers picked by parties LINK
  • OH: Cuyahoga County voting, vote-counting likely to be slow LINK
  • PA: Following Widespread Complaints, New Lawsuit Seeks Paper Balloting in Pennsylvania LINK
  • PA: Judges of elections learn to handle voting problems, problem voters LINK
  • PA: Philadelphia - Online voting results coming LINK
  • TX: Bexar County - Quick and early balloting LINK
  • UT: Summit County - Glitch reported in early voting in Park City LINK
  • VA: Let Virginia voters cast early ballots LINK
  • VA: Va. NAACP sues governor over election readiness LINK
  • VA: NAACP lawsuit alleges Virginia scrimped on preparations for huge election turnout LINK
  • VA: Phony flier says Virginians vote on different days LINK
  • WV: Voting machine complaints continue Voters encouraged to review ballots before confirming LINK
  • WV: Secretary of State Hosts Update on Touch Screen Voting Machines LINK
  • WV: W.Va.: Testing OKs touch screen voting machines LINK
  • WV: ES&S Touch-Screens Keep Flipping in WV, Now in At Least 6 Counties LINK
  • WV: W.Va.: Testing OKs touch screen voting machines LINK
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