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'Daily Voting News' For June 20, 2006

Daily Voting News For June 20, 2006

Compiled by John Gideon

"Candidates, prior to conceding, should obtain detailed vote count data that is normally with-held from the public and have it independently analyzed." A proposal from the National Election Data Archive ...

  • National: Democracy Will Survive Voting System Flaws If Voters, Candidates, and Political Parties Act LINK
  • National: No Confidence in Election to Replace Cunningham; Momentum Builds for 100 Percent Count of Paper Ballots in CA-50 LINK
  • Arkansas: SecState candidate calls for later runoffs, higher pollworker pay LINK
  • Arizona: Suit alleges infringement of disabled voters' rights LINK
  • Arizona: Hand-count vote bill may get hearing LINK
  • Florida: Opinion - Hugo, you aren't the boss of us LINK
  • Florida: Audit criticizes state election officials for voting management LINK
  • Maryland: Campaign to Block Early Voting in Md. Draws Democratic Complaints LINK
  • Michigan: Oakland County - New machines allow blind, disabled to vote LINK
  • Missouri: New voting methods must ensure security, accuracy LINK
  • New York: Nassau County - Election flap headed to court. Just before polls open, State Supreme Court judge to rule on legitimacy of voter registration rolls LINK
  • Ohio: Belmont County - County Elections Budget to Increase LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Centre County - Elections board picks electronic voting machines LINK
  • Tennessee: Anderson County - Early voting urged with arrival of county's new eSlate machines LINK
  • Utah: State Halts Production of Voter Pamphlets in Spanish LINK
  • Utah: English-only now lurks at the ballot box 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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