By John Gideon on 12/17/2006, 4:05pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

Many in the Election Integrity community have been telling anyone who would listen that the new voting technology is expensive. Utah didn't listen but now they are learning. The cost of this year's election on Diebold DREs is twice what it was in previous elections using punch-cards. AND the taxpayer gets to continue paying millions of dollars to Diebold for the privilege of using their machines. The costs are so high that many Utah jurisdictions will revert to hand-counted paper ballots in local elections....

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  • MD: Opinion - Early voting issue hardly worth reviving LINK
  • NJ: Morris Township - Grayzel challenges 1-vote loss; suit claims several votes should have been counted that weren't LINK
  • NY: Opinion - Voted down
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  • OH: Analysis shows record use of absentee ballots in '06 election LINK
  • UT: E-vote tab adds up to big trouble
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  • VA: Groups seek law to verify voting
    Va. lawmakers will push for paper audit trails for machines LINK
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