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'Daily Voting News' For April 27, 2006

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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of and VoteTrustUSA.Org

Texas 'ES&S Counties' will probably be using hand counted paper ballots in the run-off elections on May 13. They have already been given permission to use paper ballots by the state. I highly recommended that people interested in the workings of a small voting technology vendor read the article entitled, "Vote of confidence? Firm has low profile" (link below). The article is an expose on MicroVote and worth the time. New York announced their new voting machine standards today. West Virginia announced that out-dated software has been installed on their iVotronics....

  • CA: Nevada County – Train Wreck - County BOS Votes to Allow Random Weapons Checks at Board Meetings. Election Systems Debate Goes On (ES&S) LINK

  • IN: Marion County – Train Wreck - Pike School Board ballots have error (ES&S) LINK

  • NJ: New Jersey Judge Questions Sequoia's Claims LINK

  • NJ: Essex County – Train Wreck - No tally? Essex County missing voting machines (Sequoia) LINK

  • TX and CA: EXCLUSIVE - ES&S MELTDOWN: Texas SoS Office Advises Election Officials to Create 'Emergency Paper Ballots' for Upcoming Elections! LINK

  • TX: Bexar County – Train Wreck - Bexar's early voters to put pen to paper (ES&S) LINK

  • WV: Voting software glitches from same company with Indiana problems (ES&S) LINK

  • NAtional: How Voter-Friendly Are Electronic Voting Machines? LINK

  • NAtional: Voting machines get pass to crash fast LINK

  • NAtional: Vote of confidence? Firm has low profile (Recommended read on MicroVote) LINK

  • NAtional: Oregon's mail voting drawing notice from other states LINK

  • CA: Butte County - Butte voters can test new machines LINK

  • IL: Chicago/Cook County - Voting-machine maker on defense (Sequoia) LINK

  • IN: Commission expected to approve voting software. Otherwise, any county using MicroVote will be violating election law. LINK

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