By John Gideon on 3/4/2006, 5:10pm PT  

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

The state of Florida has decided that just maybe they need to do something about security and the Diebold machines. They issued a technical advisory that tends to vindicate Ion Sancho. In New York advocacy groups, individuals and civil rights groups have filed to intervene in the DoJ suit against the state. And it appears that Burlington, Vermont will be the first US city to elect it's mayor using "instant run-off voting"....

  • CA: Opinion - Why voting registrars seek snail mail ballots LINK
  • CA: State official visits county voting office LINK
  • CO: Larimer County - County tries out new voting machine (Diebold TS) LINK
  • FL: State Issues 'Technical Advisory' for 'Security Enhancements' on 'All Voting Systems' in State! LINK
  • FL: State orders security safeguards for voting machines LINK
  • FL: State issues new voting guidelines LINK
  • FL: Voting bosses must boost security LINK
  • FL: State: Absentee vote count 'will not be a problem' in elections LINK
  • IL: Cook County - Claypool takes early voting to court LINK
  • NC: Craven County - Craven bid to modify voting booths with new equipment gains approval LINK
  • NC: Person County - New voting machines expected in next 2 weeks (ES&S OS) LINK
  • NY: New York Voters and Civic Groups Intervene in DOJ Lawsuit LINK
  • PA: Fayette County - New voting machines needed in Fayette LINK
  • PA: Luzerne County - Voting boss promises new devices to be ready (ES&S iVotronic) LINK
  • VT: Burlington to become first to elect mayor using instant runoff LINK
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