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Daily Voting News For June 14, 2006

Daily Voting News For June 14 2006

Compiled by John Gideon

The hardest part in preparing the machines was setting up the audio. Try getting a computer to say 'Sprynczynatyk,' or 'Motschenbacher,'"said Burleigh Co., North Dakota County Auditor Kevin Glatt about their AutoMark's and referring to two candidates in Tuesday's election. / An injunction against the use of paperless voting machines has been filed in Texas / Officials in Saline Co. Arkansas revealed that they had to hand-count boxes of ballots due to the ballots being miss-cut by the printer, ES&S....

  • Arkansas: Train Wreck - Some Counties Reporting Runoff Troubles LINK
  • Arkansas: Saline County – Train Wreck - Saline County Voting Problems LINK
  • Arkansas: Saline County – Train Wreck - Officials React to Saline County Voting Problems LINK
  • California: Kern County – Train Wreck - Voting Machine Company Apologizes To Kern County (Diebold) LINK
  • California: Kern County – Train Wreck - Diebold takes blame for bad voting cards LINK
  • South Carolina: Horry County – Train Wreck - Gilland regains Horry chair LINK
  • National: Vote-Switching Software Provided by Vendors LINK
  • National: VIDEO - Lou Dobbs: 'Doubts About E-Vote Accuracy, Integrity Threaten to Undermine Democracy' LINK
  • Alaska: Fairbanks - Voting made easier LINK
  • Florida: Editorial - Tallahassee Meddles Locally LINK
  • Florida: Opinion - Protecting themselves, not voters LINK
  • Iowa: Pottawattamie County - Supervisors give official approval to election results LINK
  • North Dakota: Burleigh County - Smooth sailing at voting booths LINK
  • New Jersey: New machines enough to make you a nonvoter LINK
  • New York: Digital voting machines make their way to N.Y. LINK
  • New York: Dutchess County - Voting advocates group pushes for local input now on voting machine selection LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Luzerne County - Voting machines' accuracy questioned again (ES&S) LINK
  • Texas: Suit filed over electronic voting machines LINK
  • Utah: New law allows you to vote 2 weeks before election day 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.**

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