By John Gideon on 8/12/2006, 5:18pm PT  

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

As has been previously reported in this space the voters in Tennessee were faced with new voting machines and an extremely long ballot (up to 21 screens in one county). To go with the machines and ballots is a state law that only allows each voter 5 minutes to vote when there are others in line to vote and 10 minutes otherwise. Now losing candidates are using the time-limits as a reason to contest the election. When counties choose to use only DRE voting their polling places are limited as to the number of voters who can vote at one time. When using paper ballots the only limit is the number of pens or pencils and the amount of space people can use to mark their ballots....

  • NAtional: Secretaries of state: Flashpoint in '06? LINK
  • FL: Volusia County - County employees filling poll worker shortage LINK
  • IN: Morgan County - Advocate offers voting fraud solutions LINK
  • MD: Early voting law struck down LINK
  • NC: Wilson County - Voting machines working well. The county's new voting machines got off to a wobbly start in May LINK
  • NY: New York - Just Say "No" to DREs in NY: Press Conference and City Council Vote LINK
  • OH: Washington County - Elections board discovers shortfall LINK
  • TN: Anderson County - Two losing candidates file suits. Anderson County voters spent too much time in booths, complaints say LINK
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