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Daily Voting News For November 2, 2006

Daily Voting News For November 2, 2006


Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

'Lawyers for the state and groups that opposed Ohio's voter identification rules claimed victory Wednesday in a settlement that suspends the law for absentee voters and clarifies and expands it for voting in person.' / Hart Intercivic has been under the radar lately. VoteTrustUSA has an article that lets you see who is behind the company. / Cuyahoga Co Ohio is back in the news again. Seems they decided that they would make free use of workers lap-tops to make memory card reading a bit easier. No telling what viruses may have been passed around. / There seems to be a yellow button on the back of Sequoia DREs that is suddenly getting a lot of attention because it can be used to gain access to the machine and could be used to vote more than one time....

  • National: Who is Counting Your Votes? - A Closer Look at Hart InterCivic LINK
  • National: 'Hacking' Doesn't Crack the Code LINK
  • National: CNN's Lou Dobb's: 'Tonight, voting activists, not our government, leading the battle for voting security.' LINK
  • National: In the Land of ‘Every Vote Counts,’ Uncertainty on Whether It’s Counted Correctly LINK
  • National: Debate (Larry Norden v. Michael Shamos) Can Electronic Voting Be Trusted? LINK
  • National: Button on state's most used e-voting machine allows multiple votes LINK
  • National: Keeping a wary eye: Pitfalls abound LINK
  • National: Close races to magnify problems at the polls LINK
  • National: ES & S Offers $10,000 Prize in University Voting Technology Competition LINK
  • National: Hackable Democracy? LINK
  • National: Media Release - Candidates Advised to 'Citizen Audit' Race Before Conceding LINK
  • National: Revamped exit poll, vote counting operations get test in closely watched election LINK
  • Arkansas: It's Charlie's fault (Reports of vote switching) LINK
  • California: California secretary of state unveils new election checks LINK
  • California: HERE WE GO AGAIN: 'Just Push the Yellow Button and Vote as Many Times as You Want' on Sequoia Touch-Screen Voting Machines! LINK
  • California: Sequoia Voting Machines Certified For Use By Secretary Of State Could Let People In 21 Counties Vote More Than Once LINK
  • California: Officials brace for election glitches as e-voting takes hold LINK
  • California: Mendocino County - 70% in county vote by mail LINK
  • Colorado: Denver - Election judges grapple with new voting machines LINK
  • Colorado: Eagle County - Ballots will be translated into Spanish LINK
  • Florida: Supervisor told new vote machines pose time-change problem LINK
  • Florida: Broward County - Broward racks up nearly 40,000 early votes for Tuesday's election LINK
  • Florida: Collier County - Brent Batten: Voters still wary toward touch-screen machines LINK
  • Florida: Palm Beach County records 32,000 early votes for Tuesday's election LINK
  • Florida: Volusia County - Voting runs into untimely glitch LINK
  • Iowa: State confident of voting machines
    Many Iowans can use touch screens at polls; watchdog groups urge caution LINK
  • Iowa: Editorial - Iowa's voting methods deserve confidence LINK
  • Illinois: Early voters finding new machines aren't without faults LINK
  • Illinois: Chicago/Cook County - Voting equipment glitches lingering LINK
  • Indiana: Everyone's looking for signs of voter fraud LINK
  • Kansas: Sedgwick County - Voting Problems in Sedgwick County LINK
  • Maryland: More Poll Workers Recruited, But Training Proves Daunting LINK
  • Maryland: Maryland balloting beset with doubts, vulnerability LINK
  • Maryland: Md. voters will have lots of company at polling places LINK
  • Maryland: Does e-voting need paper trails? LINK
  • Maryland: Md. Dems slam GOP voter-credential guide LINK
  • Maryland: Prince George's County - Nearly 3,000 absentee ballots yet to be sent LINK
  • New Mexico: Domenici criticizes decision not to use election auditor LINK
  • New York: Voting machine schedule changed LINK
  • Ohio: State Proposes Settlement To Voter ID Requirement LINK
  • Ohio: Ohio suspends voter ID law for absentees LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County OH Possibly Exposed Election System to Computer Virus LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County - Ohio's most populous county unveils election monitoring system LINK
  • Ohio: Miami County - Official States Electronic Voting System Added Votes Never Cast
    In 2004 Presidential Election; Audit Log Missing LINK
  • Ohio: Miami County - Official States Electronic Voting System Added Votes Never Cast LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Mistakes affect absentee ballots LINK
  • South Carolina: Long ballots could mean long lines at polls LINK
  • South Dakota: S.D. voting machines not linked to probe LINK
  • Tennessee: Sullivan County - Voting machine problem shuts down Civic Auditorium site LINK
  • Texas: Electronic, paper ballots raging controversy this election season LINK
  • Texas: Bringing The Ballots To People Who Cannot Get To Them LINK
  • Utah: Vote! - But, Bring a Book LINK
  • Utah: Utah braces for Nov. 7 jam
    Machine shortage, confusion over ballots bring long lines, frustration in early voting LINK
  • Washington: Computerized vote systems raise fears of potential fraud LINK
  • GUam: Opinion - Ban is not the way to address the problems with voting machines 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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John Gideon
Executive Director www.votersunite.org and
Member www.votetrustusa.org

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