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'Daily Voting News' For December 09, 2008

'Daily Voting News' For December 09, 2008

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

This evenings DVN includes more from Humboldt Co. plus a video of the outrageous arrest of an Election Integrity Advocate in Broward Co. Florida. And why is it that many in the New Jersey legislature don’t want any transparency in their elections? ...

  • National: Press Release - Election Day Went Smoothly But Trouble Spots Remain, Survey Shows LINK
  • California: Humboldt County - Unique Transparency Program Uncovers Problems with Voting Software LINK
  • California: Humboldt County - Four-year-old Diebold glitch silently drops votes LINK
  • Florida: Broward County - VIDEO: Outrageous Arrest of FL Election Integrity Advocate, Candidate Caught on Tape LINK
  • Minnesota: Minneapolis Gives Up On "Missing" Ballots LINK
  • Minnesota: Franken retracts hundreds more ballot challenges LINK
  • Mississippi: Leflore County - Mississippi GOP Sues for Fair Elections LINK
  • New Jersey: N.J. voting machine fix put off once again LINK
  • New Jersey: Opinion - Machines are easy; it's the people causing problems LINK
  • Ohio: Cuyahoga County could be forced into $450,000 election recount LINK
  • Texas: Straight-Party Machine Voting Raises New Controversy LINK
  • Texas: Texas Democrats will not seek restraining order over votes in House District 105 race LINK
  • Virginia: Federal judge rules Virginia violated overseas military ballot statutes 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-Executive Director

    "To encourage citizen ownership of transparent, participatory
    democracy." The Creekside Declaration March 22, 2008

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