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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
A large majority of this evenings fare is again from Colorado and Ohio. The big story, though, may be the story that has not yet been made public. The New York Times Magazine, this Sunday, is running a massive article by Clive Thompson called "The Bugs In The Machines". At one point Thompson says, "The earliest critiques of digital voting booths came from the fringe -- disgruntled citizens and scared-senseless computer geeks -- but the fears have now risen to the highest levels of government." I'm sure those disgruntled citizens and scared-senseless computer geeks will be anxiously awaiting this article. I know, as a proud "disgruntled citizen", that I will....
NAtional: NY Times Magazine To Run 'Massive, Scary' Cover Story On America's E-Voting Disaster This Sunday
Cover Graphic Said To Show Exploding Voting Booth with 'WARNING' Label: 'Your vote may be lost, destroyed, miscounted, wrongly attributed or hacked' LINK
NAtional: Opinion - Court should uphold voter photo ID law LINK
AR: St. Francis County - Election Commission hires Wright as new coordinator LINK
CA: Los Angeles County - California approves two voting devices
Decision clears the way for the Feb. 5 election to proceed in L.A. County. LINK
CA: Los Angeles County - State puts Inkavote system on notice LINK
CO: Voting machine maker [Hart] accuses Colorado of shifting standards LINK
PA: Wayne County - State will reimburse Wayne for voting machines LINK
TN: Group calls for paper trail on Tennessee elections LINK
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