By John Gideon on 11/25/2006, 5:09pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

“If the success of an election is to be measured according to whether each voter’s voice is heard, then we would have to conclude that this past election was not entirely a success,” said Doug Chapin, director of, a nonpartisan election group that plans to release a report Wednesday with a state-by-state assessment of voting. “In places where the margin of victory was bigger than the margin of error, we looked away from the problems, but in 2008 we might not have that luxury.” The preceding from an article in the NY Times....

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  • CO: Mesa County’s voting machines garner high scores for accuracy LINK
  • FL: Editorial - Democracy's failure LINK
  • FL: Did rush to e-vote backfire on state? LINK
  • FL: Miami-Dade County - Election chief: Voting went smoothly overall LINK
  • FL: Sarasota County - County to weigh purchase of voting machines LINK
  • FL: Sarasota County - Voting 'model' under scrutiny
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  • FL: Sarasota County - Voting machines test starts Tuesday: Jennings' attorneys want state's focus on undervote areas LINK
  • FL: Sarasota County – Editorial - Another Florida fiasco LINK
  • ME: Columnist - A Salute to Paper Ballots and Election Clerks LINK
  • PA: Luzerne County - Touch machines get more protection
    Luzerne County official says machines will be recalibrated after setup at polling spots. LINK
  • UT: Re-count could be finished next week LINK
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