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Daily Voting News For June 13, 2006

Daily Voting News For June 13, 2006

Compiled by John Gideon

A must read is an "Opinion" piece from a Miami Herald columnist, Fred Grimm. "Florida['s] first priority is to protect the vendors. We'll let California worry about the damn voters" says Grimm. / VotersUnite would like to applaud the decision by the National League of Women Voters who have now come out in support of a voter verified paper audit trail / EAC Commissioner Ray Martinez has agreed to stay in his position until a suitable replacement can be named and confirmed ...

  • Alabama: Barbour County – Train Wreck - Votes counted six days after election LINK
  • California: Orange County – Train Wreck - Orange County Registrar of Voters Asked to Respond to Complaints of Widespread Problems at Over 100 Sites in Orange County LINK
  • South Carolina: Barnwell County – Train Wreck - At least one SC county uses paper ballots in primary LINK
  • National: Reid Announces Extension of Commissioner Martinez's Tenure On Election Assistance Commission LINK
  • National: Verified Voting Applauds League of Women Voters Passage of Resolution in Support of Voter-Verified Paper Records, Audits LINK
  • National: How Can You Be Sure? LINK
  • National: LTTE - Holes found in e-voting LINK
  • National: Paper Is the New Silicon LINK
  • National: CNN's Lou Dobbs Reports On The Need For Voter Verified Paper Ballots LINK
  • Alabama: Houston County - Co. Sheriff's Race Recount LINK
  • Arkansas: White County - Voters to decide candidates in runoff LINK
  • California: Alameda County - Vote tally may take awhile LINK
  • Florida: Opinion - Elections hacks don't guard us against hackers LINK
  • Florida: Sancho says state can't dictate tests LINK
  • Florida: Voting system battle flares LINK
  • Kansas: Douglas County - New voting machines improve poll position LINK
  • Kansas: Shawnee County - Touch-screen voting machines come to Shawnee County LINK
  • Maryland: 500,000 Hispanic voters sought LINK
  • North Dakota: Primary is debut for voting machines designed for disabled (AutoMark) LINK
  • New Jersey: Mercer County - GOP bashes county clerk over mistakes LINK
  • New York: Queens County - Protesters say GOP keeping voting machine choice out of reach LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Allegheny County - Allegheny County elections board ratifies vote totals LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Allegheny County - 17 votes from primary discovered LINK
  • Texas: In high-tech e-voting age, glitches usually low-tech LINK
  • Texas: Jefferson County - Commissioners React To Election System Woes LINK
  • Utah: User errors could hold up line at polls LINK
  • Washington: King County - County elections director resigns; takes position as Conny McCormack's #2 in LA County LINK
  • Wisconsin: Winnebago County - Officials: time of the essence on voting machine issue LINK

**"Daily Voting News" is meant as a comprehensive listing of reports each day concerning issues related to election and voting news around the country regardless of quality or political slant. Therefore, items listed in "Daily Voting News" may not reflect the opinions of VotersUnite.Org or Scoop.**

John Gideon
Executive Director and
Information Manager

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