By John Gideon on 1/23/2006, 5:32pm PT  

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

Computerworld has just today reported on the fact that ES&S has backed out of Leon County, FL. That's ten days after the news was reported by the on-line media. In the mean time the Washington Post has done their second report in two days on voting issues. And the embattled Diebold has put out a press release that misinforms and obfuscates on the accuracy of their DREs....

  • NAtional: Politics Alleged In Voting Cases LINK
  • NAtional: Diebold PR - California Tests Find Diebold Touch-Screen Voting 100 Percent Accurate During November 2005 Election LINK
  • CA: Riverside County - Plan to speed results of voting considered (Let's ignore accuracy as long as we can do the job fast) LINK
  • FL: Leon County - Expert Calls for Increased E-voting Security LINK
  • FL: Leon County – I Saw It Hacked LINK
  • FL: Leon County - ES&S Backs Out of $1.8M E-voting Deal LINK
  • FL: Leon County - Sidebar: Diebold Calls Fla. Hacks Invalid LINK
  • FL: Palm Beach County - Paper-trail advocate to air rigging concerns LINK
  • NC: New Hanover County - County Commissioners take next step in buying voting machines LINK
  • NY: Extension, please. Federal government should extend deadline for voting machines LINK
  • OH: Warren County - Punch cards out, scan voting in LINK
  • TX: Tarrant County - Parties looking for Election Day judges LINK
  • UT: Bills may impact voters LINK
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