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'Daily Voting News' For January 13, 2007

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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org In Ohio, as well as most states, "elections directors, particularly those operating with touch-screen voting machines, say their charges for special elections are rising because of the rising costs associated with modern voting systems, including delivering and setting up machines, building rentals and custodial fees, the paper that backs up the touch- screen voting and training sessions." This is part of what HAVA is costing this country. Direct Recording Electronic voting machines are not just expensive to buy; they are expensive to operate. Local school boards, fire districts, port and park commissions who have historically used county elections equipment will no longer be able to afford to have elections to raise funds to do their work....
  • NAtional: A House of Voting Cards LINK
  • NAtional: Banned test lab certified electronic voting machines used by 68.5% of nation's registered voters in 2006 elections LINK
  • NAtional: Fixing The E-Voting Mess Advocacy groups push for electronic voting reform. LINK
  • CO: Denver County – Point/Counterpoint - Change to charter can streamline process LINK
  • CO: Denver County – Point/Counterpoint - Clerk and recorder solution has many flaws LINK
  • CT: Secretary of the state would make Conn. national model for election security LINK
  • FL: FL-13 – Bob Bauer - Taking Elections Seriously, Part II LINK
  • MD: Officials Warm To Paper Trail To Verify Votes In Maryland LINK
  • MD: House bill to require paper trail for voters LINK
  • MD: Election paper trail bill on House agenda LINK
  • MD: Prince George's County - Two-Thirds of Precincts Were Short on Machines LINK
  • MD: Prince George's County - Election chief says Prince George's was short on voting machines LINK
  • NY: Opinion - Counting ballots LINK
  • OH: Special elections cost whether taxes pass Charges for touch-screen machines going up LINK
  • VA: Virginia Takes Up Paper Ballot Legislation in 2007 Session LINK
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