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Daily Voting News For December 28, 2006

Daily Voting News For December 28, 2006


Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

The past two days news has been about change and lack of change. Kentucky is talking about change and entry into the voter verified world of elections. Meanwhile New York counties are talking about a lack of change. They have voting machines that have been working well for them and they don't want to get rid of those old lever machines. Can anyone blame them? And, at least one county in Pennsylvania is selling their old lever machines to a salvager....

  • National: Opinion - Voting system should be secure and capable of being audited LINK
  • National: E-Voting Named #3 in PCWorld's 'Biggest Technology Mistakes of 2006' LINK
  • National: Three open letters to Kathy Dopp, Jonathan Simon and voting activists everywhere LINK
  • Kansas: Ford County ends contract with Voting Technologies International LINK
  • Kansas: Seward County - Electronic voting here to stay LINK
  • Kentucky: Group to consider paper trails for new voting machines LINK
  • New York: Essex County supervisors resolve to improve access to polling sites LINK
  • New York: Madison County - Lever era ain't over 'til it's over LINK
  • New York: Nassau County - Legislature, Board of Elections Move to Intervene in Lawsuit on Voting Machines LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Lackawanna County - Old voting machines just junk to salvager 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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