Hackers struck the Colombia's legislative elections, disrupting the vote count says the company hired to transmit results of Sunday's voting over the Internet...
All this and more in today's voting news below....
CA: Yolo's pilot voting project advances - again
A bill that would bring an all-mail voting pilot project to Yolo County overcame another hurdle Tuesday, passing out of the Assembly Elections and Redistricting Committee on a 5-0 vote.
CO: Gardner No. 2 for Balink
Whoever believes that misrepresenting the truth doesn't get you anywhere has never met John Gardner.
For more on the incompetence of John Gardner and his "certification" of Colorado voting equipment see http://www.ejfi.org/Voting/Voting-75.htm
John Gardner's role in helping pick Accenture for the failed SCORE I voter registration database is outlined at
When Gardner left the Colorado Sec. of State office former Chief Information Officer Brian Balay commented on Gardner's abilities
FL: Officials break election law in Sarasota County, FL
FL: Criticism comes after elections officials fail to run an audit
Sarasota elections officials drew criticism from a local watchdog group Tuesday because they did not run an audit of the school tax referendum, even though a Florida Supreme Court ruling last month required it.
GA: Georgia Questioned on E-Voting Problems and Oversight
GA: After battle, Senate OKs online voter registration (to house next)
ID: Photo ID requirement a step closer to law
http://bit.ly/9EOkeY Voters would need to bring identification to the pollsA plan to require Idaho voters to show a photo ID when they show up to vote is a Senate vote and a governor's signature away from becoming law.
KS: Parkinson names Biggs secretary of state
http://bit.ly/d5nJ9H "...elections need to be open and we need to do everything we can to get people to vote,"
According to the factual basis, Maurer caused his deputies to provide false information on their voter registration forms indicating that they lived in the voting district when, in fact, they did not.
MD: ACORN videos were a sham (LTE)
NM: State voting machines secure at private facility
http://newmexicoindependent.com/49738/state-voting-machines-secure-at-private-facility Automated Election Services (AES) is storing a total of 43 state-owned voting machines without charge at its Rio Rancho facility...