Today has been a very busy day as you can see from the length of this list. It was announced that the lawsuit in New Mexico is being joined by 6 more plaintiffs and then the Governor announced that he wants to do away with all of the paperless DREs and move to optical-scan only. Boulder Co., Colorado decided to scrap their plans to purchase new voting machines because there is nothing out there that can be trusted to do as advertised. The Montgomery Co., PA lawsuit has been sent to state court. The DoJ has announced that they may be filing a suit against the state of New York for not complying with HAVA. And the Georgia House passed, in a heated floor debate, another voter ID bill. Those of you who have responded to the Action Alert from VoteTrustUSA have sent 15,242 emails to the EAC along with 1875 letters demanding the ITA be made to do their job....
NAtional: Accessibility For All Voters - Has It Arrived? LINK
NAtional: It's been a long trek since Nov. 2, 2004 -- now getting shorter LINK
NAtional: In some cases, it's not the voters who count, it's the counters LINK
AL: Dallas County - Voting machine cost an issue LINK
AL: Marengo County - Polling places could change LINK