By John Gideon on 4/10/2006, 5:00pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of and VoteTrustUSA.Org

Today we got the surprise news that EAC Commissioner Ray Martinez has resigned his position. This just two days following his appearance, in Washington DC, at a conference of voting activists from around the country. Also, another county (Wood Co., WV) joins the growing list of ES&S customers who have received less than adequate service....

  • NAtional: Martinez Resigns from EAC LINK
  • NAtional: The Approaching E-VOTING 2006 Train Wreck LINK
  • NAtional: Election reform plan proposed LINK
  • AK: Elections division hangs credibility in the balance LINK
  • FL: Florida Wants Answers From E-voting Vendors LINK
  • FL: Leon County - Elections chief motivated by a sense of purpose LINK
  • IL: Smartmatic seen involved in electoral plot in the US LINK
  • LA: New Orleans - Early Voting Begins In New Orleans Elections LINK
  • LA: New Orleans - Katrina evacuees leave Texas to vote LINK
  • NM: Hatch Mayoral Candidate Wants New Election LINK
  • NY: State files voting plan with court LINK
  • NY: Otsego County - Survey: Disabled prefer absentee ballots LINK
  • PA: Allegheny County � Opinion - Laughs with Dan LINK
  • PA: Montgomery County - Montco fails to get voting machines certified LINK
  • SD: Minnehaha County - Citywide election to showcase newer, simpler voting machines LINK
  • TN: Shelby County - Final Preparations Being Made For May Primary LINK
  • TX: Is Ready to Answer Questions About Electronic Voting; Voter Education Site Sees Steady Increase in Traffic LINK
  • TX: Tom Green County - McKerley to address court. Commissioners will hear report on voting machines LINK
  • WV: Kanawha and Putnam Counties - Early voting is catching on in the area LINK
  • WV: Wood County - Early Voting Roadblock (Software delivered late � ES&S iVotronic) LINK
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