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Daily Voting News For June 19, 2006

Daily Voting News For June 1, 2006


Compiled by John Gideon

Arthur Anderson, famous for his broken campaign promise to have a paper trail in Palm Beach Co. Florida, has now come out in favor of the SoS proposed state voting system testing plan. No surprise there. / From Arkansas comes an article that gives us a peek into the inner workings of an ES&S contract printer....

  • Ohio: Summit County – Train Wreck - Problem found in optical scan voting system LINK
  • National: Connecting Work on Threat Analysis to the Real World LINK
  • Arkansas: Ballot printer provides insight LINK
  • California: ELECTION 2006: Touch-screen voting's steep learning curve. Rollout in 21 counties brings glitches LINK
  • California: Orange County - County Registrar of Voters Asked to Respond to Complaints of Widespread Problems at Over 100 Sites in Orange County LINK
  • California: Ventura County - Process of voting 'decline to state' ballots explained LINK
  • Colorado: La Plata County - Voting machines touch off debate LINK
  • Florida: Opinion - Proposed testing rules need revisions. Our Opinion: Fraud-Free Elections Should Be State's Goal LINK
  • Florida: Palm Beach County - Elections chief welcomes greater state role LINK
  • Georgia: Secretary of State Candidates focus on voting oversight LINK
  • New York: New York State’s HAVA Plan - June 2006 LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County – Editorial - Stop complaining, fix election errors 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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