The Day After...
By John Gideon on 11/9/2005, 6:32pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

Today was a typical "day after an election day" news day. Though many claim that everything went well, a look at the list of counties in Ohio, and elsewhere, proves that everything did not go well. Of course elections officials and the vendors are claiming that all of the problems were caused by the voter or poll workers. The problems are never the result of using the machines. Already a candidate is calling for a recount in Virginia after complaints that voters would vote for him and the votes would register for his opponent. And there are 45,000 questionable votes in Montreal, Canada...

  • California Voters Head To The Polls
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  • District 20, AZ - Recount hearings creating GOP split
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  • New Jersey - Poll workers under scrutiny during election. DOJ wanted to
    make sure no repeats of problems in primary election
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  • Ohio - Long issues confuse some voters; new machines cause late starts
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  • Ohio - Voters soundly reject Democratic election changes in Ohio
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  • Manchester, OH - In Manchester, voters turn out for levies
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  • Los Angeles Co., CA - Absentee Votes Returned to Senders
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  • King Co., WA - Elections chief praises work of poll workers
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  • Riverside and San Bernardino Co., CA - Local voters head to the polls
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  • Minnesota - Secretary touts voting reform
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  • Onslow Co., NC - New machines OK to most voters (Hart InterCivic eSlate)
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  • Cameron Co., TX - New elections equipment paves way for smooth vote counting (ES&S PBOS)
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  • Hidalgo Co., TX - Despite new machines, voters see delays at polls (ES&S iVotronic accessible machine software problems would not allow those machines to be used)
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  • Butler Co., OH - Problems early, but Butler voters praise new voting
    method (Diebold TSx)
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  • Beaver Co., OH - Problems plague voting tabulations (Optical scan)
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  • Lorraine Co., OH - Elections officials hit snags, but not from touchscreens
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  • California - Paperless e-voting era ends
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  • Montreal, Canada - Bourque seeks judicial recount. Demand rejected. Upheaval grows over glitches in vote tally (Microvote)
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  • Contra Costa Co., CA - San Ramon voters keep board intact
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  • Stark Co., OH - Voters love new machines but ...
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  • Monterey Co., CA - Good start for touchscreens
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  • Brainerd Co., MN - County getting devices that will help the disabled vote
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  • Tennessee - New Voting Technology Upsets Tennessee Taxpayers, Commissioners
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  • Clermont Co., OH - Multiple Voting Glitches Hold Up Clermont Results
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  • Tennessee - Attack of the Killer Voting Machines
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  • New York - Voting machines: Lifton right on choice
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  • Butler Co., OH - Fairfield races may need recount
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  • Campbell Co., OH - Voting machine snafus not huge
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  • Lucas Co., OH - Ballots still being counted into today
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  • Minnesota - State of Minnesota moves to fulfill disabled voting mandate
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  • Roanoke Co., VA - Democrat Deeds Prepares for Recount in Tight Attorney General Race
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  • Lucas Co., OH - Election Day not entirely a smooth event
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  • Neshoba Co., MS - Stennis Institute of Government to help with voting precincts
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  • Wichita Co., TX New machines cause problems in getting vote totals
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  • Matagorda Co., TX - New voting machine malfunctions
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