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Daily Voting News For December 14, 2007

Daily Voting News For December 14, 2007

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

Today Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner released the results of her EVEREST (Evaluation & Validation of Election-Related Equipment, Standards & Testing) report. There is a lot of interesting reading for the technical types and for the non-technical among us. Brunner has, with input from a bi-partisan group of county elections people, recommended that changes be made before next years elections; no DREs, no Precinct-Based Optical Scan, hand-marked paper ballots to be counted on Central-Count Optical Scan except for the use of Ballot Marking Devices for voters with disabilities, early voting up to 15 days, and voting centers. One has to hope that if all of the counting is going to take place on CCOS machines that no vendors will be involved in that counting and that the counting be open to the public. One pleasant surprise was that Brunner went farther than the rumors said she would go. Not only did she release her “Executive Summary” but the technical reports were released at the same time. Thank you for that openness, Secretary Brunner....

  • NAtional: Midwest Voter Registration Data-Sharing Project Moves Forward Kansas leads groups of states crosschecking information; Advocates voice concern LINK
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  • National: Voting Chief Tanner Resigns LINK
  • National: UNCOUNTED: The New Math of American Elections LINK
  • National: Post-Election Auditing: A View From The "Summit" LINK
  • National: VoteRescue Radio, Sunday, 2-4pm CST Blockbuster Show! LINK
  • Georgia: 57 Lacked Photo IDs in Elections LINK
  • Ohio: Study: Voting Systems Vulnerable LINK
  • Ohio: Brunner declares Ohio's voting systems vulnerable LINK
  • Ohio: Brunner: Ohio's vote vulnerable LINK
  • Ohio: Report finds voting equipment flaws LINK
  • Ohio: Ohio's electronic voting system vulnerable, report says LINK
  • Ohio: Ohio Secretary of State confirms 2004 election could have been stolen LINK
  • Ohio: Official: Ohio Vote Machines Vulnerable LINK
  • Ohio: Statement of Premier Election Solutions in Response to Today's Release of the Ohio EVEREST Voting System Review LINK
  • Ohio: 'Critical Security Failures’ Leads Ohio Sec. Of State To Recommend Ban of DRE (Touch-Screen) Voting Machines LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County - Secretary of State wants new voting system in Cleveland LINK
  • Virginia: 37th District Recount Set for Next week Candidates disagree over the degree to which votes should be studied. 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

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