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Daily Voting News For November 1, 2006

Daily Voting News For November 1, 2006

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

Remember – 1-866-Our-Vote / In an attempt to stop HBO from airing the documentary 'Hacking Democracy' which starts tomorrow evening and runs for the whole month at various times, Diebold has made threats and pointed out mistakes that they feel are in the documentary. What is funny is that the errors Diebold claims are in the documentary are not even in this film. / On Guam, Bill 355 passed the territories legislature, if now signed into law by Governor Felix Camacho, would suspend the use of electronic voting machines in local elections until their use can be demonstrated to be as accurate and effective as traditional paper ballots. / Today we feature links to a well done series of informational articles in 'Computerworld'....

  • National: Election Protection '06 - New Public Service Radio Campaign Enlists Ben Affleck, Jodie Foster, Alec Baldwin and Kyra Sedgwick to Voice Radio Spots Informing Voters of Their Polling Place Rights LINK
  • National: HBO vetoes Diebold's docu request LINK
  • National: Diebold Fumbles Attempt to Stop HBO Airing of 'Hacking Democracy'! LINK
  • National: Timely questions on electronic voting LINK
  • National: Will Your Vote Count?
    Concerns mount over possible breakdowns, voter confusion, and fraud. LINK
  • National: ACCURATE Comments on The EAC's VSTCP Manual LINK
  • National: Many eyes will watch the polls LINK
  • National: Vote fraud fears fewer, yet some back voter IDs LINK
  • National: Perspective: Every vote counts, right? LINK
  • National: Rage against the machine
    Diebold struggles to bounce back from the controversy surrounding its voting machines. LINK
  • National: E-voting: Laws, lingo and technologies
    Do you know your DREs from your VVPATs? LINK
  • National: E-voting and voter registration: The vendors LINK
  • National: Brad Friedman - Review: Hacks, lies and videotape
    E-voting activist Brad Friedman looks at HBO's 'Hacking Democracy' LINK
  • National: E-voting state by state: What you need to know LINK
  • National: Voters in Fla., Texas complain of e-voting glitches LINK
  • National: U.S. Attorney's Office: We're ready to investigate election fraud LINK
  • National: New Tools Encourage Americans To Exercise Right to Vote LINK
  • National: CNN's Lou Dobb's: Early Voting Troubles in Florida, Plus HBO's New Hacking Diebold Documentary LINK
  • National: High-Tech Voting Raises Election Anxiety LINK
  • National: Primary and early e-voting problems point to gathering storm LINK
  • Arkansas: Early voting going smoothly most places; some counties report technical problems LINK
  • Arizona: Ariz. voting under scrutiny
    Film director, lawyers among many watching for errors, complaints LINK
  • Arizona: Judge orders count of people with no ID who leave without voting LINK
  • California: Riverside and San Bernardino Counties - Early voters, absentees kick-start Inland balloting LINK
  • California: San Diego County - San Diego County sued over election plan LINK
  • California: San Diego County Registrar Sued by Voter Seeking Compliance of State's Paper Ballot Order, 'Immediate Action' Concerning Diebold Voting Machine 'Sleepovers'! LINK
  • Colorado: Patience a winner on election night LINK
  • Connecticut: Report: voting machines can be compromised, but safeguards in place LINK
  • Florida: Duval County - Legal Team Plans To Monitor Elections LINK
  • Florida: Palm Beach County - Extra word muddles absentee ballots LINK
  • Florida: Palm Beach County - Elections supervisor promises smooth voting Tuesday LINK
  • Florida: Suwannee County - Voting machine security not an issue here LINK
  • Illinois: Cook County - Officials expect fewer Chicago-area voting problems than in March LINK
  • Illinois: Chicago/Cook County - New Machines And Ballots For Election Day LINK
  • Indiana: New voting machines win approval of advocate for disabled LINK
  • Indiana: Columnist - Your fellow citizens want you to show your ID LINK
  • Indiana: Parke County officials confident election will go smoothly LINK
  • Kansas: County tests voting equipment LINK
  • Maryland: Record number of voters apply for absentee ballots LINK
  • Maryland: Experts divided over accuracy of voting machines LINK
  • Maryland: Baltimore County - A flood of absentee ballot requests LINK
  • Maryland: Prince George's County Faces Absentee Ballot Shortage LINK
  • New Jersey: Hot line set for voting problems LINK
  • Ohio: Area county officials are predicting costliest election in Ohio history LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County - Elections board to use computers to watch polls LINK
  • Ohio: Trumbull and Mahoning Counties - Local ballots will be counted early LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Varied e-voting systems prepare for biggest test LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Electronic voting machines praised LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Warren County - New voting machines ready for their debut LINK
  • Texas: Judge orders state to stop prosecuting part of state election law LINK
  • Texas: Denton and Tarrant County - Glitch keeps voter from casting her ballot early LINK
  • Utah: Cache County - E-vote ready for first general election LINK
  • Virginia: Tazewell County - Electoral Board questioned about minutes, machine test LINK
  • GUam: iVotronic terminals 86'ed by senators LINK
  • NEtherlands: Voting machines too insecure for election 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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