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Daily Voting News For December 6, 2007

Daily Voting News For December 6, 2007

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

For election watchers there will be a special congressional election next week in northwest Ohio. There will also be another congressional election in Virginia at the same time. In the Virginia election voters are being given their choice between DRE or paper ballots.

Goshen New York held an election on a $70M school bond issue and brought out two lever machines to count the votes. As the counters on both machines hit 999, they each rolled back to 000 like an overused car odometer. The question that will never be answered is, for which side were those 1,998 votes cast? ...

  • NAtional: U.S. Voter Confidence Is Linked To Positive Voter Experience, According To New Colorado State Study LINK
  • National: Voter confidence linked to positive voter experience LINK
  • Arizona: Pima County - Election Integrity on Trial in Pima County: Day Two Summary A Courtroom Report as Pima County Democrats Seek Public Records Access to Diebold Election Databases LINK
  • California: San Francisco - S.F. supervisors' panel backs Sequoia voting machines LINK
  • California: San Francisco – SF still counting votes from November election LINK
  • California: San Francisco’s Final Election Results Delayed Again LINK
  • California: San Francisco - Supes near voting machine contract LINK
  • Connecticut: Advantages of new voting machines uncertain LINK
  • Missouri: Indiana Voter ID case gets close attention in Missouri LINK
  • New Jersey: Paper record deadline extended to June 2008: Audit bill to count random election results approved LINK
  • New Jersey: Integrity of voting machines questioned SCI criticizes no-bid purchasing by counties LINK
  • New Jersey: Report: Voting machines 'vulnerable to abuse' LINK
  • New Jersey: Voting Machines Vulnerable? LINK
  • New Jersey: Poll turnout in state one of the lowest LINK
  • New York: Elections Official Wants to Help Troops at War Vote LINK
  • New York: Goshen - Results of Goshen school vote on $70M bond are lost forever LINK
  • Ohio: State hopes vote counting fixed for special Congressional race LINK
  • Ohio: Knox County - Board recounts votes from election LINK
  • Texas: Milam County - Viewpoint: Electronic voting machines should be banned LINK
  • Virginia: Paper ballots an option for Dec. election LINK
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