By John Gideon on 5/27/2006, 4:46pm PT  

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

Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania is admitting to 16 more voters voting on optical scan machines and 24 on iVotronics than ballots counted. Lonoke Co., Arkansas hoped to finally begin counting votes yesterday as ES&S may have fixed their software finally. White Co., Arkansas has announced they will go back to punch-cards for their early voting in the run-off elections....

  • AR: Train Wreck - 2 counties' machine woes delaying final vote tally LINK
  • AR: Jackson County � Train Wreck - Election issues abound for weary candidates LINK
  • AR: Lonoke County � Train Wreck - County could start count today LINK
  • AR: White County � Train Wreck - Machines absent for early voting LINK
  • PA: Allegheny County � Train Wreck - Preston holds on to narrow lead in state race LINK
  • AR: Glitches didn't hit everyone in primary LINK
  • CA: California trying to avoid Ohio pattern LINK
  • CA: San Joaquin County - Ready or not. Touchscreen voting machines await election test LINK
  • CA: Yuba County - Hmong tutored on Yuba voting LINK
  • IN: Union County - Election tallying up high costs. Union County still waiting to recoup funds for new election equipment LINK
  • KY: Robertson County - Robertson recount yields no change in results LINK
  • VT: West Rutland - West Rutland OKs voting machines LINK
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