By John Gideon on 3/2/2006, 5:02pm PT  

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

Today's news emphasis has moved from California to New York, Pennsylvania, and Florida. The news about the DoJ suing New York was expected and now it's here. The DoJ seems to want chaos in elections and they may get it. In Pennsylvania the state 'supremes' have decided that state law can be followed or ignored when it suits officials and they have allowed counties to go ahead and change voting systems. In Florida a bill has been introduced to require a voter verified paper ballot. And in Maryland it seems that the Governor is not convinced that the Diebold code question has been answered satisfactorily and he is concerned. Meanwhile there are protesters in California and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson signs the paper ballot bill into law....

  • CA: Critics Say State Rush On Touch Screens Risks Secure Voting LINK
  • CA: Orange County - Dozens of New O.C. Democrats Were Signed Up as Republicans LINK
  • CA: Flawed Voting Machines Get State OK LINK
  • CA: Critics sound voting alarm LINK
  • CA: Protesters rally against electronic voting machines LINK
  • CA: Where's The Hearing On the Diebold Security Flaws Discovered By The Secretary of State? LINK
  • CA: Rules could force voters to mailbox for June 6 vote LINK
  • CO: County voting officials boxed in LINK
  • FL: Bill requires backup records of votes LINK
  • FL: Bill pairs paper record with electronic vote LINK
  • IL: Not many voting early so far LINK
  • IN: Greene County - Voting machines a hit with public LINK
  • MD: State Board of Elections Admits That Diebold Touchscreens Are Hackable LINK
  • MD: Ehrlich's concerns about voting persist LINK
  • MI: Midland County - Voting machines will take some getting used to LINK
  • NC: Rockingham County - Polling places cut to save money LINK
  • NM: Gov signs bill authorizing paper ballot voting LINK
  • NY: Critics Say Voting Machines Suit May Cause Chaos at Fall Elections LINK
  • NY: Saratoga County - County concerned about new voting machines LINK
  • PA: Pa. justices say county can switch voting systems LINK
  • PA: Court: Pa. county can switch voter systems LINK
  • PA: Governor Rendell Commends State Supreme Court for Clarifying That Counties Can Buy New Electronic Voting Machines LINK
  • PA: State elections boss defends mandate for electronic voting machines LINK
  • PA: Opinion - ID whose time has come LINK
  • PA: Clarion County - County to demonstrate new voting machines LINK
  • PA: Greene County - Greene election official defends office's actions LINK
  • PA: Monroe County - Electronic voting machines rented for May primary LINK
  • PA: Various Counties - A touchy voting dispute gets a look and a hearing LINK
  • PA: Venango County - Voting machine deal not quite done LINK
  • TN: Hawkins County - Trade-in cuts cost of new Hawkins voting machines LINK
  • WA: House agrees to bump primary to August LINK
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