Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Up to 100,000 votes may not be counted in Los Angeles Co. New Mexico is still counting ballots from the week-old caucus and probably will be for a couple more days. The Washington state GOP has stopped counting caucus votes, with 13% more to be counted, and they have declared a winner. These are not voting machine issues but election administration issues. More voters are affected by these failures than they are by voting machines. When you add in all of the problems with voter registration data bases that have been apparent in CA, AZ, NM, LA and other states so far this year, there is a pattern that should be of great concern. Tomorrow we have primary voters going to the polls in Maryland and Virginia and the District of Columbia. Let's hope they do much better. If not, we will be reporting their failures....
OH: Ohio secretary of state says votes will count
Jennifer Brunner discusses concerns of election LINK
OH: Judge to decide if secretary of state can order paper ballots in primary LINK
OH: Restraining order thrown out, hearing set for Wednesday LINK
PA: A risk of mishaps with Pa. voting?
Report: 'high risk' of malfunctions for Pa. voting machines LINK
TN: Your Email Action is Needed Now to Ensure Verifiable Voting in 2008 Elections LINK
WA: Huckabee 'Not Ready to Concede,' 'Looking at Some Legal Issues' in 'Dubious' Washington State GOP Caucus LINK
WV: Kanawha County - Only one state firm makes optical scan ballots LINK
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