Nov 3, 2006. Shelby County. Missing memory cards.
These cards are the equivalent of ballot boxes. Several electronic voting cards, used to cast ballots on Diebold touch screens, are missing from a polling place in Memphis, according to the Tennessee Republican Party. http://www.commercialappeal.com/mca/local/article/0,2845,MCA_25340_5115699,00.html
Nov 2, 2006 Sullivan County. Not enough memory in machine
. The control device (Judges Booth Controller - JBC) for Hart InterCivic eSlate voting machines shut down after 10,000 ballots were cast in early voting. The JBC would hold no more ballots in its memory. http://www.votersunite.org/article.asp?id=6701
Secretary of State Hargett must do his professional best to implement Tennessee's paper ballot law in time for the 2010 election
. Save Tennessee from the "perfect storm" that is brewing. Avoid the kind of fiasco that happened in Carteret County, North Carolina in November 2004, where 4,438 votes were lost -- giving North Carolina "the worse election problem in the country," according to David L. Dill of Stanford University.
Watch this video, learn to what Carteret County, North Carolina voters had to say about losing their votes on a paperless machine
in the November, 2004 election. This could very well be Tennessee voters in 2010:
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