Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
'Lawyers for the state and groups that opposed Ohio's voter identification rules claimed victory Wednesday in a settlement that suspends the law for absentee voters and clarifies and expands it for voting in person.' / Hart Intercivic has been under the radar lately. VoteTrustUSA has an article that lets you see who is behind the company. / Cuyahoga Co Ohio is back in the news again. Seems they decided that they would make free use of workers lap-tops to make memory card reading a bit easier. No telling what viruses may have been passed around. / There seems to be a yellow button on the back of Sequoia DREs that is suddenly getting a lot of attention because it can be used to gain access to the machine and could be used to vote more than one time....
Many Iowans can use touch screens at polls; watchdog groups urge caution LINK
In 2004 Presidential Election; Audit Log Missing LINK
Machine shortage, confusion over ballots bring long lines, frustration in early voting LINK
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