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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Some things stay the same and some things change. It keeps things interesting. The Associated Press is reporting the following from Cuyahoga Co., Ohio; "Vote totals couldn't be pulled from memory cards of some electronic voting machines used in a special election, forcing poll workers to transport the machines to Cuyahoga County's election headquarters for results to be counted." This happened the day that the county's election director, Michael Vu, was resigning under duress. The failed memory cards have failed before. No one has yet got a clue that they need to change the way they are holding elections and the first step should be to get rid of the Diebold TSx machines. // Meanwhile in Sarasota Co, Florida the county Supervisor of Elections and constant proponent of paper-less voting, Kathy Dent, is pushing to get rid of her failed ES&S iVotronic DREs so she can get the optical-scan system that the voters demanded. My how people suddenly change their tunes when the voters speak loudly in an election. ...
NAtional: Opinion - Rebeca Chapa: Still too many blips in electronic voting LINK
NAtional: Touch-screen voting machines face ban
Democrats push for paper trails LINK
NAtional: Paper trail needed for electronic ballots, Nelson says LINK
PA: Northampton County - Voting machines questioned
Panel wants to know if machines same ones that were certified. LINK
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