By John Gideon on 7/25/2006, 5:10pm PT  

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

In Parke Co. Indiana a candidate canceled his election complaint but only after the county agreed to address some issues including a thorough testing of voting machines and software before the election; an adequate number of voting machines to allow for efficient operation of the polls; and thorough training for all poll workers on the use of electronic voting machines. Also, the parties acknowledged that several votes on one of the machines had not been counted election night because of a “systemic failure”. Why would it take a threatened election challenge for a county to agree to do their jobs? / The Committee on Foreign Investment (CFIUS) has announced that they, for the first time, are reviewing the sale, as regards to national security, of a company to foreign interests – Sequoia Voting Systems....

  • NAtional: Key Component of Voting System Undergoes No Review LINK
  • NAtional: Chronicle of Higher Education: Electronic Voting Machines Need More
    Safeguards, Computing Professors Say LINK
  • NAtional: San Antonio Express-News: Editorial: E-voting standards still disturbingly low LINK
  • NAtional: The Real Scoop on Security of E-voting LINK
  • NAtional: Venezuela deal in US stirs Cfius interest (Sequoia) LINK
  • NAtional: Smartmatic says “absolutely no ownership” by the Venezuelan government (Sequoia) LINK
  • AL: Editorial - State drops ball over voter rolls LINK
  • AR: Ethics complaint targets Daniels LINK
  • CA: San Diego County - Your Lack of Confidence In E-Voting Is The Problem! LINK
  • IN: Parke County - Candidate dismisses election complaint LINK
  • NJ: Vendor vows a paper trail LINK
  • NY: Opinion - Vote early for voting machines LINK
  • OH: Editorial - Failed election oversight LINK
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