By John Gideon on 1/7/2006, 5:04pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of and VoteTrustUSA.Org

There is not a lot of news today but the content is important. Alameda Co., CA announces they are looking at going to 'vote-by-mail'. Voting activists, and a state senator, have filed a lawsuit in Westmoreland County, PA to get the choice of voting system to be a voter's choice and not a boards choice. And a non-descript article today may portend something going on in 'Diebold-world'. Marion Co., IL is concerned that they may not get delivery on their Diebold voting machines through Fiddler Elections Co. Is Diebold having a problem delivering what they have sold? In the meantime, those of who have responded to the Action Alert from VoteTrustUSA have been making a lot of great noise! Keep it up! 12,272 Emails and 1620 letters sent so far!...

  • CA: Alameda County - Alameda County latest to want all-mail election LINK
  • CA: Alameda County - Mailboxes may be only vote venue LINK
  • IL: Marion County - Clerk Worried New Voting Machines Won't Be Delivered by March Primary (Diebold) LINK
  • NC: Bladen County - Board chooses new voting machines (Optical scan) LINK
  • NC: Chatham County - BOE backs touch-screen voting option LINK
  • NC: Nash County - Nash demonstrates voting machines LINK
  • NM: Suit delays purchase of voting machines LINK
  • PA: Save the Vote From HAVA Insanity LINK
  • PA: Westmoreland County - Lawsuit leveled at electronic voting LINK
  • PA: Westmoreland County - Machine suit filed LINK
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