By John Gideon on 4/21/2006, 5:15pm PT  

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

Allan County Indiana's elections director is blaming the state for the fact she has been knowingly using uncertified software on her MicroVote machines and MicroVote did not submit it for federal certification until just last Tuesday. In New Jersey a judge found that Sequoia would probably not be able to install a printer on their Advantage machines by 2008 and the printer would cost far more than represented by Sequoia. And in Ohio the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has found that punch-card voting discriminates against minority voters....

  • IN: Train Wreck - Voting Machines Not Certified (MicroVote) LINK
  • IN: Allen County � Train Wreck - County to use voting machines with non-certified software (MicroVote) LINK
  • IN: Harrison County � Train Wreck - Vote count may be delayed. Harrison machines returned for repair (ES&S) LINK
  • OR: Train Wreck - State sues over voting machines for the disabled (ES&S) LINK
  • NAtional: Matsui and Green Bring HR 550 Co-Sponsorship To 180 LINK
  • IN: Editorial - Voters annoyed, but who's to blame? LINK
  • IN: Editorial - Voting Machines: The Issue: State is looking hard at two big vendors. Our View: The heat is justified. LINK
  • KY: Mason County - Election officials get course on new voting machines (Hart eSlate) LINK
  • LA: New Orleans - Officials go all-out to safeguard vote LINK
  • LA: New Orleans - Judge to decide on La. voting extension LINK
  • NC: E-Voting? Primary voters approve of new machines LINK
  • NJ: Judge doubts voting machine timetable LINK
  • NY: State struggles to meet election overhaul deadlines LINK
  • NY: Nassau - Nassau board still unclear after revote LINK
  • OH: Punch-card ballots discriminate, courts rules LINK
  • OH: Appellate court rules punch-cards violated voters' rights LINK
  • OH: New machines, more training for primary LINK
  • WA: King County - Mail-only balloting closer in county LINK
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