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Daily Voting News For March 24, 2008

Daily Voting News For March 24, 2008

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

One week ago today California SoS Debra Bowen sent ES&S a letter and informed them that they basically have one more chance to provide information before their version is decertified and their version is finally denied state certification. By April 8 ES&S must provide updated Use Procedures that satisfy the conditional recertification of the version One week later they must provide satisfactory Use Procedures for version This may directly affect 13 California counties. Has there been any MSM reporting of this? None.

  • NAtional: Chicago “magic pen” snafu illustrates deeper problem for electronic voting LINK
  • NAtional: Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections LINK
  • CA: Sacramento County - Machine vendor miscalibrated vote scanners, county officials say LINK
  • CO: Paper ballots are top pick Several counties will offer a choice LINK
  • MN: Instant runoff election idea goes to St. Paul Charter Commission LINK
  • NJ: N.J. County Clerks Call for Probe of Primary E-Voting LINK
  • NJ: Sequoia threatens lawsuit over security testing LINK
  • NJ: Sequoia and e-voting: The best government money can buy LINK
  • NJ: Sequoia Voting Thwarts New Jersey Investigation LINK
  • NJ: New Jersey Clerks Want Sequoia E-Voting Investigated LINK
  • OR: Opinion - Oregonians are right; Lou Dobbs is wrong LINK
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