By John Gideon on 2/2/2006, 4:55pm PT  

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

In Vanderburgh County, IN voters were forced to stand in long lines in Nov. 2004 and some walked away in frustration. The county council has been investigating prior to spending the money to buy more machines. They've now found that 46 machines were left in storage rather than to be used. PA has begun the legislative actions to keep voters from voting. On the national scene HR-550 has picked up another co-sponsor and new legislation that will slow down HAVA has been filed....

  • NAtional: Legislation aims to bring voting machine relief (HR-4666) LINK
  • NAtional: Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA) Co-Sponsors HR 550 LINK
  • AZ: Column: Show Us the Ballots LINK
  • CA: E-voting systems OK'd, except Diebold's LINK
  • CA: El Dorado County - Registrar: Mail-in election remote LINK
  • CA: Riverside County – Opinion - Election fears are unfounded LINK
  • CT: Guilford - Guarding the Vote: New Dem Registrar of Voters in Town LINK
  • IL: Grundy County - A sign of the times. County introduces touch screen voting LINK
  • IN: Vanderburgh County - Voting machines don't add up. County clerk says 46 unused in 2004 LINK
  • MD: Paper trail unlikely for 2006 elections LINK
  • NJ: Franklin Township - Dougherty optimistic on ballot challenge LINK
  • OH: State drops court fight to try to show 2004 election was fair LINK
  • PA: House votes to ban paroled felons from voting, require voter ID LINK
  • PA: Beaver County - County selects voting machines (ES&S iVotronic) LINK
  • SC: Putnam County - A new way to vote. Touch-screen demonstration converts leery voters to experts LINK
  • TN: Knox County - Knox to replace voting machines LINK
  • TX: Liberty County - LC goes electronic for future elections LINK
  • TX: Parker County - New voting machines quicker, better LINK
  • WV: Putnam County - Putnam residents get chance to try out voting machines LINK
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