By John Gideon on 9/5/2006, 4:55pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of and VoteTrustUSA.Org

A lawsuit has been filed against Shelby Co. Tennessee and Diebold alleging that the Diebold AccuVote Machine is subject to tampering, that workers in some cases were not properly trained in the use of the machine and that the machines denied voters the right to cast secret ballots. / Problems with ES&S voting machines not counting the votes on Guam has led to the election commission not to certify the election. / Sequoia issues a PR that touts their accessibility though it does not say that, in fact, it forces voters with disabilities who are sighted to vote as if they were blind; a very real handicap to those voters, and one that will make it nearly impossible for those voters to vote in privacy....

  • NAtional: Website Exploring Electronic Voting Machines Launched by LINK
  • NAtional: Editorial - In Search of Accurate Vote Totals LINK
  • NAtional: Just Try Voting Here: 11 of America's worst places to cast a ballot (or try) LINK
  • NAtional: New Technology Empowers Disabled Voters (Sequoia) LINK
  • FL: Editorial - Be ready to vote. It's a right and a responsibility LINK
  • FL: Palm Beach County - PBC voting has mostly smooth start LINK
  • NY: In Search Of Accurate Vote Totals LINK
  • OH: Editorial - Democracy in teens' hands LINK
  • OH: Ohio residents will need proof of ID in order to vote this fall LINK
  • TN: Shelby County - Group files amended election complaint LINK
  • WA: Cowlitz County - New voting machines give disabled voters a helping hand (AutoMark) LINK
  • Guam: Board won't certify election. Electronic votes not counted in as many as 7 precincts (ES&S) LINK
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