By John Gideon on 7/15/2006, 5:28pm PT  

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

The Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States is now looking into the purchase of Sequoia by a Venezuelan owned company. / A grand-jury in Clarke Co., Georgia "expressed concern about "the overall security of the voting machines, the handling of the voting results, and the verification process used to detect potential voting fraud." In particular, the presentment said it's possible to tamper with the Diebold voting machines used across Georgia, and criticized the Clarke County Board of Elections employees for losing a CD copy of voting results from the 2004 election." ...

  • NAtional: Panel scrutinizes voting machine company with ties to Venezuela (Sequoia) LINK
  • AL: Crenshaw County - Crenshaw collects $108,450 for voting machines LINK
  • FL: Editorial - Paper trail a must. Florida should join 27 other states and require that electronic votes be backed up by tangible proof. LINK
  • GA: Clarke County - Election officials: Voter results safe LINK
  • NJ: Mercer County - Court amends Mack order (potential election fraud) LINK
  • TN: Early voters adapt to new machines LINK
  • TN: Knox County - New machines no problem for early voters LINK
  • TX: Remap Plans Vary Widely; New Primaries a Possibility LINK
  • WI: Voters lose their pull. New voting machines in Hartford entail filling out paper ballots LINK
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