By John Gideon on 2/10/2006, 5:08pm PT  

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

Alaska is planning on finally turning over the voting files to the state Democratic party. It is hard to believe that what the party will get is going to prove or disprove anything now. In Florida the National Federation of the Blind lawsuit against Volusia Co. has been kicked out of the court. In New Mexico their voter verified paper ballot bill continues to move through the state legislature even against the scorn of some in the legislature and one stubborn county election official who may have staked her political future in her battle against verifiable elections. And the spigot of dis- and mis-information is wide open in Pennsylvania....

  • NAtional: PASS HR 550: Voter Verified Paper Ballots LINK
  • NAtional: Voting Rights Under Siege LINK
  • AK: State to turn over voting files from 2004 to Democratic party LINK
  • AZ: Oppose Any Changes To SB-1557 LINK
  • CA: Human Relations Commission of Palo Alto Unanimously Adopts Voter Confidence Resolution LINK
  • CA: Marin County - Elections bureau to undergo changes LINK
  • FL: Volusia County - Blind group's suit over voting machines dismissed LINK
  • GA: Voter ID bill sent back to lower court LINK
  • MD: Elections board officer's e-mails criticized LINK
  • MD: Maryland Moving Toward Reliable Voting System LINK
  • MS: Opinion - Voter ID - We should settle this divisive issue LINK
  • NM: There's Something About Mary LINK
  • NM: Senate Committee OK's Paper Ballot Requirement LINK
  • NM: 2006 Legislature: Paper-ballot bill moves on, despite scorn LINK
  • NY: Election mandate could boost taxes LINK
  • OH: Judge dismisses 2004 election lawsuit LINK
  • PA: Armstrong County - Armstrong weighs options on voting machines LINK
  • PA: Bucks County - Voters seek to ensure machines have paper trail LINK
  • PA: Luzerne County - New voting machines receive winning marks LINK
  • PA: Westmoreland County - Voters: New equipment could cost votes LINK
  • TN: Montgomery County - Voting machines may go high-tech (MicroVote Infinity) LINK
  • TX: Henderson County - County officials wrangle with how to move voting machines LINK
  • TX: Rusk County - County offers several early voting polling boxes LINK
  • WY: Voters have an option with new machines LINK
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