by Ellen Theisen, Dave Klein and John Washburn
"Netherlands-based" Smartmatic, the winning bidder in the Philippines, says their automated poll equipment is tamper proof.
Correction: An article from yesterday, "Witness says commissioners report that Bob Goldsack helped reprogram party ID card encoder on primary election day" was from PA, not DE as we mistakenly reported....
National: House Panel Approves Mail Balloting for All Federal Elections LINK National: EAC Notice of Change to Illinois HAVA Plan, Comment Period Begins LINK National: EAC Notice of Public Meeting, June 17, 2009 LINK National: PROMISES, PROMISES: Nearly one-third of polling places not wheelchair-accessible LINK DE: Delaware Bill Would Move School Elections LINK MD: Election Updates Early voting usage in the first and subsequent years LINK NY: Science Friday: Who Controls the Voting Machines? LINK TX: Perry says he will call special session LINK Iran: The Voting Manipulation Industry in Iran LINK Lebanon: Lebanon reels from unexpected election results LINK Philippines: 2010 election results out in 2 days LINK Philippines: Stealing the Mandate in 2010 LINK Philippines: WINNING BIDDER SAYS 'Automated polls tamper proof' LINK
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