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'Daily Voting News' For May 11, 2006

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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org and VoteTrustUSA.Org

As expected there are a number of articles concerning the Diebold Security Vulnerability. Bucks County Pennsylvania will be the only county in the state to use their lever machines in next week's primary elections. One commissioner said, "In the long run, we decided to have a good election. I'd rather have a good election, and we'll fight over the $950,000 after he we have a good election. I think that is the right thing to do.'' And there are still reports coming in regarding failures in Indiana, West Virginia, and Arkansas....

  • NAtional: Train Wreck – Diebold's Deliberate Security Vulnerabilty LINK


  • NAtional: Train Wreck - Major Diebold Voting Machine Security Hole Discovered... Again LINK


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  • NAtional: Train Wreck - 3 states issue directives to relieve security flaw in e-voting LINK


  • NAtional: Train Wreck - Scientists call Diebold security flaw 'worst ever' LINK


  • NAtional: Train Wreck - One Man, One Vote...One Machine, One Million Votes LINK


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  • AR: Train Wreck - Voting machines get touchy (ES&S) LINK


  • AR: Craighead County – Train Wreck - The Ballot Shortage Problem is Fixed For Now...But What About Election Day? (ES&S) LINK


  • AR: Pulaski and St. Francis Counties – Train Wreck - St. Francis County Gets Ballots; Pulaski Gets Machines working LINK


  • IN: Clark County – Train Wreck - Board wants election night tallies double checked. No action will be taken against ES&S concerning computer problems LINK


  • IN: Parke County – Train Wreck - Final count doesn’t change outcome of Parke County election results (VoT – Voting Technologies, Inc.) LINK


  • IN: Perry County – Train Wreck - Voters report problems with electronic machines (MicroVote Infinity) LINK


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  • WV: Train Wreck - ES&S Meltdown Continues With Formal Complaint Filing LINK


  • WV: Mineral County – Train Wreck - County Commissioners voted Wednesday to send the Secretary of State a letter requesting reimbursement for the overtime spent working the primary election. LINK


  • WV: Wayne County – Train Wreck - Election Headaches for Wayne County Workers (ES&S) LINK


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