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Daily Voting News For May 10, 2007

Daily Voting News For May 10, 2007

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

On the same day that a committee of the House of Representatives met to pass a marked-up HR-811 out to the floor for a full House vote, the voters in Indiana counties went to the polls. Today the reports of the failures began to come in from Allen, Hancock, Lake, Marion, and Morgan counties. Under votes in Hancock, failure of poll workers to show up at the polls in Marion, and other counties with similar problems have led to another failure and disenfranchised voters....

  • NAtional: U.S. Wants Paper Ballots Back In Time For Next Presidential Race LINK
  • National: Congress to vote on paper trail for e-voting systems All touch-screen systems would be required to produce a paper receipt LINK
  • National: SEC subpoenas voting machine maker Diebold LINK
  • National: SEC orders Diebold to release documents in revenue probe LINK
  • California: Voting Machines Test: A New Goal? LINK
  • California: Bowen Unveils "Top to Bottom" Review of Voting Systems LINK
  • California: State elections czar taps hackers to test e-voting machines LINK
  • California: State's electronic voting machines face mass review LINK
  • California: California Hammers on E-Voting LINK
  • Connecticut: Democracy where it's pure and never simple LINK
  • Florida: FL-13 - Democrat asks court to delay Sarasota election ruling LINK
  • Florida: FL-13 - Jennings asks court to delay ruling LINK
  • Florida: FL-13 - Court Case Held as Candidate Banks on House Action in Disputed Florida 13 Race LINK
  • Indiana: Editorial - Primary day a success for local voters LINK
  • Indiana: Allen County - Bugs surface in new vote machines Tally-card mistakes at 8 sites delayed results LINK
  • Indiana: Hancock County - Greenfield mayoral candidate asks for recount LINK
  • Indiana: Lake County - Vote hunting and counting continues to haunt close races LINK
  • Indiana: Lake County - Voting problems routine LINK
  • Indiana: Lake County - Voting integrity questioned LINK
  • Indiana: Marion County - Fallout from Marion County primary problems continues LINK
  • Indiana: Morgan County - Recount in council race possible after provisional ballots deadline LINK
  • New York: Rensselaer County - District prepares for high-tech voting LINK
  • Ohio: Darby Township - 11 votes carry high price tag in trend watched by state officials LINK
  • Ohio: Greene County - Election results confusing, but accurate LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Bucks County - Watchdog group blasts county over touch-screen voting machines Coalition for Voting Integrity says savings have not been detailed. LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Bucks County - Electronic voting machines remain controversial LINK
  • UK: Scottish election debacle caused by fragmented databases Volume of spoilt ballots overwhelmed database indexes 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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