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Daily Voting News For November 6, 2007

Daily Voting News For November 6, 2007

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

Today seems to be a typical odd-year election day so far. Problems are reported throughout the nation though the media. Of course no reasons are given for problems except in a few occasions the errors are “human error”; they are never the machines fault or the vendors fault. Marion Co Indiana has been the “poster child” for failed elections and it seems that this election is no different. Also today the DoJ has stepped in and suggested to the courts that New York needs to have help in selecting a new voting system and they need to have that system by next year’s elections. ...

  • NAtional: Voter Intimidation May Plague Election Day 2007 LINK
  • National: New Film "Uncounted" Reveals How Elections Are Stolen LINK
  • National: Duncan Hunter Calls for Paper Ballots in Response to Why Tuesday's 'Candidate Challenge' LINK
  • National: Bill to Oulaw 'Voter Caging' Introduced in U.S. Senate LINK
  • National: Department of Justice investigates attorney in Boston voting lawsuit Allegedly got paid for stay at Cape LINK
  • National: RVers Are Blocked From Voting LINK
  • California: San Bernardino County voters to face paper ballots; in Riverside, they're electronic LINK
  • California: San Francisco - Final results of S.F. election could take two weeks LINK
  • Colorado: Weld County - Voting machine problem stalls Weld voting LINK
  • Connecticut: It's a new day for voting machine mechanics LINK
  • Florida: U.S. questions new Florida voting laws LINK
  • Florida: Palm Beach County - PBC voters could see more changes in voting machines LINK
  • Florida: Sarasota County - New machines, new voting problems LINK
  • Georgia: Bulloch County - GSU Students Fighting to Vote LINK
  • Georgia: Fulton County - New City Hits Snag in Tuesday Voting LINK
  • Georgia: Fulton County - Among municipal elections, Chattahoochee Hills slowed by glitch LINK
  • Iowa: Iowa's Residual Votes Offer a Lesson: Choose Paper for Voting LINK
  • Indiana: Few problems reported early in elections statewide LINK
  • Indiana: Madison County - NAACP will take Election Day complaints LINK
  • Indiana: Marion County - Few problems reported early on Election Day LINK
  • Indiana: Marion County - Voters in 14 precincts affected by glitch in voter rolls LINK
  • Indiana: Marion County - Voters report scattered problems at the polls LINK
  • Indiana: Marion County - White: Some voting machine problems persist LINK
  • Maryland: Md. Budget Cuts Put New Voting System In Question Legislators Consider Cutting $3.3M From Elections Board LINK
  • Maryland: Montgomery County - Errors Reported at the Rockville Polls LINK
  • Michigan: Voter complaints over new ID requirement hit NAACP LINK
  • North Carolina: Vote-counting done correctly is her goal LINK
  • New York: Feds Ask Court to Order New Voting Machines for New York by 2008 LINK
  • Ohio: VIDEO: With Election Day Here, Concerns of Diebold Failures Rankle Cuyahoga County, OH (Again) LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County - Two plead no contest in recount rigging LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Beaver County - E-voting to end election delays? LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Bedford County - Early problems in Bedford, Cambria reports strong early turnout LINK
  • Pennsylvania: Lackawanna and Wayne Counties - Primary could feature paper LINK
  • Utah: Few Utahns take advantage of early voting About 4% of those registered in S.L. County cast ballots before early voting ended LINK
  • Virginia: Craig County - Some voters turned away in Craig County this morning LINK
  • Washington: King County - Absentee voting steals charm from Election Day LINK
  • United Kingdom: London mayor vote uses 'fiasco' e-system 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.**

    John Gideon Co-Director and Information Manager VotersUnite.Org


    John Gideon Co-Director and Information Manager VotersUnite.Org

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