By John Gideon on 1/28/2006, 5:33pm PT  

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

There is not much news on the web today. The big news may be the filing of legislation in Maryland to require a voter verified paper record. This after the news that the State Election Director is beginning to question Diebold regarding their software security problems. Note: 'Daily Voting News' will be on hiatus Sunday and Monday. We will be back on Tuesday evening....

  • CA: Bowen Announces Dates On "Open Source Voting" Concept and How Voting Equipment Is Certified LINK
  • IL: Early-voting law in Illinois begins with March primary LINK
  • MD: Hearing Scheduled For Paper Trail Bill LINK
  • NC: Counties get funds for May 2 primaries LINK
  • NM: Elections officials question paper-ballot switch LINK
  • NY: Lax oversight found in audit of elections board LINK
  • OH: Law Could Delay Ohio Vote Results LINK
  • OH: Voting machines raise ire LINK
  • OH: Ottawa County - County cuts precincts to save money LINK
  • PA: Coaltion warns new machines will threaten 'voter integrity' LINK
  • PA: Allegheny County - County frustrated by voting machines LINK
  • PA: Allegheny County - County wavering as deadline looms LINK
  • PA: Lackawanna County - New voting machines on horizon LINK
  • PA: Westmoreland County – County may attempt to get around lawsuit by leasing DREs and using them as a 'test' LINK
  • VT: Mock election gives IRV a run-through LINK
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