By John Gideon on 1/21/2006, 4:58pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org and VoteTrustUSA.Org

Maybe it's good; maybe it's bad but there is very little voting news today. The article from Yolo County, CA is interesting. The article from VA talks about actions that residents can take to ensure they have verifiable elections in the future. The rest is pretty much business as usual....

  • CA: Op-Ed - Another View: Should we consider voting entirely by mail? LINK
  • CA: Despite blockbuster hype, California elections tend to flop LINK
  • CA: Yolo County - How Yolo Citizens Will Vote in 2006 LINK
  • CT: Voting district changes questioned LINK
  • FL: Election reform provides more opportunity in 2006 LINK
  • IA: Scott County - New voting machines headed to county LINK
  • IN: Vanderburgh County - Precinct changes given the OK LINK
  • NC: Lenoir County - Voting machine decision delayed LINK
  • NC: Pamlico County – HAVA Funds diverted LINK
  • NY: Vendors hawk voting machines to election boards LINK
  • PA: Westmoreland County - Vote process uncertain LINK
  • TX: Hidalgo County - State official visits Edinburg, promotes Votexas initiative LINK
  • VA: Paper Ballot Bill Scheduled for Senate Hearing LINK
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