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Daily Voting News For June 1, 2006

Daily Voting News For June 1, 2006


Compiled by John Gideon

In defending his choice of hiring voting machine vendor talking-head Glenn Newkirk to review the Arkansas elections problems of the past few weeks, SoS Charlie Daniels actually referred to Dr. David Dill as a "conspiracy theorist". What a maroon! One Univ. of Calif. professor speaks out in favor of "Idol Voting"; i.e. phone or Internet and a panel of judges to interview each candidate. The much awaited Robert F. Kennedy Jr. article from Rolling Stone is out. Also we have press releases regarding a new lawsuit in Colorado and a call for improvements in voting in Pennsylvania.

AR: Train Wreck - Overcoming the election absurdity
AR: Train Wreck - Planned election review 'bogus,' Daniels opponent says
AR: Train Wreck - Early Voting Delayed In Some Counties
AR: Train Wreck - Counties Use Paper Ballots As Early Voting Begins
AR: Crawford County – Train Wreck - Runoff Balloting Off To Late Start (They printed early voting ballots on office printers)
PA: Allegheny County – Train Wreck - Coalition Calls For Improvement as Voting Machine Problems Are Reported In Primaries

National: Editorial – A call for Investigation. Electronic voting machines pose a grave threat to democracy.
National: Was The 2004 Election Stolen?
National: VoteTrustUSA Calls For Inquiry into Sequoia Ownership
National: Inquiry Call into Voting Machine Co. Ownership
National: U.S. voting could use 'Idol' lessons

AL: Clarke County - Voting machines designed to assist the handicapped (AutoMark)
AL: Jefferson County - 14 handicapped-accessible voting machines to be tested (AutoMark)

AR: Election officials say law outdated
CO: Colorado Voters File Lawsuit to Halt State’s Purchase or Use of DRE Computerized Voting Systems

CO: Voters File Lawsuit to Halt Purchase, Use of All Touch-Screen Voting Machines in Colorado!
CO: State sued over voting machines
CO: Lawsuit Planned Over Voting Machines In Colorado
CO: Group challenges voting machines
CO: Larimer County - Changes boost voter access, convenience
CO: Unicoi County – Problem With County Vote Totals Yields Controversy, Brown Says 'No' To Contest (MicroVote)

ID: Blaine County - 34 differently-abled voters participated in the Spring Primary (AutoMark)

KS: Sedgwick County - New Voting Machines Could Cut Wait Time
KS: Sedgwick County - More voting machines to offset fewer polling places

MD: Md. early voting suffers setbacks

NJ: Essex County - Voting machines ready for election: Long-awaited, often-debated electronic models

NM: State ID cards fraught with mistakes

OH: Cuyahoga County - Review panel consulting voters to improve Cuyahoga's elections

PA: Berks County – Opinion - Bob Cesca: How I Won Elected Office In A Landslide Without Running
PA: Luzerne County - No recounts sought, county vote chief says

WI: Winnebago County - Editorial: County shouldn't rush to purchase voting machines

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Executive Director www.votersunite.org and
Information Manager www.votetrustusa.org

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US anthropologist & popularizer of anthropology (1901 - 1978)

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