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'Daily Voting News' For January 19, 2007

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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of "In the Cuyahoga case, the poll workers are charged with circumventing state recount laws that require a random sampling of at least three percent of the votes cast in a given precinct, to be recounted by hand and by machine. The prosecution charges that the workers instead hand picked sample precincts to recount that they knew did not have questionable results. Once they were able to match those recounts with official results, they could then do the rest of the recount by machine, in effect rendering the entire process meaningless. "This was a very hush operation," said prosecutor Baxter. Similar allegations have been made in other counties. Indeed, such illegal non-random recounting procedures appear to have been common throughout the state, carried out by board of election employees with the tacit consent of Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell", according to an article in "The Free Press"...
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  • NAtional: Two NASED approved voting machine test labs fail to gain a NIST recommendation to EAC LINK
  • NAtional: Firms closer to goal: test voting machines LINK
  • NAtional: Charles Reed, guest column: Taking America back from corporations LINK
  • NAtional: Two e-voting test labs get thumbs up LINK
  • NAtional: First labs receive initial OK for voting system testing program LINK
  • NAtional: Congress Lights Fire Under Vote Systems Agency LINK
  • CA: Opinion - Secretary of state very skeptical of voting machines LINK
  • CA: Riverside County - Jeff Stone: The Coward of Riverside County? LINK
  • CT: Bethel - Town gets new voting equipment LINK
  • FL: FL-13 - U.S. House race in Sarasota was the most expensive in history LINK
  • NY: Paper ballots vs. touch screens LINK
  • OH: Cuyahoga County - Do new Ohio recount prosecutions indicate unraveling of 2004 election theft cover-up? LINK
  • OH: Cuyahoga County - Prosecutor says presidential recount rigged in Ohio county LINK
  • OK: Voting machines go through testing process before every election LINK
  • DIstrict of Columbia: Norton and Davis Introduce DC Voting Rights Act LINK
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