By John Gideon on 2/12/2006, 5:17pm PT  

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

Election officials in Cambria and Somerset Counties in Pennsylvania "know" they will have touch-screen voting machines (DREs) in place for this May's primary election even though no contracts have yet been signed. They stupidly think they can take custody of completely new technology, train election workers and the voters and have a trouble free election all with a few weeks preparation. This is pure incompetence. Also Illinois violates their own state laws to help out Sequoia and Sequoia gets an attempted assist in New Mexico....

  • CA: Riverside County - County in denial on e-voting LINK
  • IL: Illinois Violates State Law In Desperate Effort To Certify Sequoia LINK
  • IL: Cook County - New machines, early voting, grace period registration in works for upcoming primary LINK
  • IA: Our System Of Voting The Bedrock Of Our Democracy Is In Jeopardy LINK
  • MS: Clark County - State says training offered; Clerk says more needed LINK
  • ND: No News Is Good News In North Dakota LINK
  • NM: Fact Checking The Opponents of Paper Ballots In New Mexico LINK
  • PA: Cambria and Somerset Counties - New voting systems on the way LINK
  • TN: Opinion - Ballot boo-boos LINK
  • TN: Opinion - The wrong vote fix (Voter ID) LINK
  • WA: Sequoia, Snohomish County, And The Constitutionality of Electronic Voting Machines LINK
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