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Daily Voting News For July 2, 2006

Daily Voting News For July 2, 2006

Compiled by John Gideon

The Utah Lt. Gov. office is talking about requiring audits in Nov and in the future. The audit in Nov. may be done by the Lt. Gov. office itself. One can only wonder what transparency there will be. They will go to the state legislature to ask for funding and a law for future audits. Perhaps the Brennan Report is getting through to a few people? One can only hope. ...

  • National: Key Authors of Federal E-Voting Certification Guidelines Say Machines Can Be Hacked, Outcomes of Elections Changed… LINK
  • National: In a country where your vote is supposed to count, you should be worried about someone stealing your vote LINK
  • Arizona: Bill OK'd for voting-machine audit plan LINK
  • Arizona: Opinion - New legislation adds reliability to voting process LINK
  • Georgia: Voters in no hurry to get IDs LINK
  • Georgia: Gwinnett County - 1965 Voting Rights Act renewal hits bump in road LINK
  • New York: Monroe County - Only one machine available for disabled voters (Populex) LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County - Diebold critical of elections officials LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County - Cuyahoga only county to refuse voting machine company's training LINK
  • South Dakota: Indian vote affected if act expires LINK
  • Tennessee: Sevier County - Voters get a chance to try out new machines LINK
  • Utah: Audit is next for e-vote LINK
  • Utah: Poll workers get high marks LINK
  • IReland: €52m voting system fails to pass test 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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