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Daily Voting News For June 16, 2006

Daily Voting News For June 16, 2006

Compiled by John Gideon

Another slow news day today. The next primary is in Utah on 27 June with run-off elections in Mississippi and South Carolina. / Arkansas has started an investigation into the failures by ES&S in early voting, the primary and the run-off election. It will be interesting to see what they actually decide was the problem. / To the Fathers on the list. Thank you and Happy Father's Day....

  • Arkansas: Train Wreck - Ark. official says voting machine company has 'cavalier' attitude LINK
  • Arkansas: Train Wreck - Commission to review Senate, JP votes LINK
  • South Carolina: Train Wreck - Electronic voting in S.C. has less than perfect day LINK
  • National: Election Security 2006 LINK
  • Arkansas: Review under way in voting problems, Daniels says (ES&S) LINK
  • Arkansas: Panel named to review election supplier report LINK
  • Arizona: Pima County - Touch Screen Voting Computers Draw Concern (Diebold TSx) LINK
  • California: PBS "News" Hour on Diebold E-Voting in California… LINK
  • California: San Diego County – The Many Complications of Voting LINK
  • Florida: Voter database expert quits; timing called odd LINK
  • Florida: Leon County - County gets voting machines LINK
  • Missouri: Voter ID law addresses ‘fake issue,’ clerk says LINK
  • New York: Voting system sees changes LINK
  • Ohio: Editorial - Critics misdirect anger at Blackwell LINK
  • Utah: Opinion - Early voting, new machines a boon for Utah LINK
  • Wyoming: Goshen County - Voting made easy in Goshen County 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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