By John Gideon on 1/3/2007, 4:24pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

Did you think that Florida is the only state that still has questions about voting machines and results? If you answered yes you were wrong. As in Florida Ohio has thousands of unexplained undervotes and concerns from candidates as to whether they really lost their elections. / "The evidence presented indicates that electronic voting in its current form is systematically flawed and will require significant corrective measures to remedy the problems that have been exposed," concludes the 23-page report issued by Voter Action, VotersUnite.Org and VoteTrustUSA....

  • NAtional: E-Voting Failures in the 2006 Mid-Term Elections
    A sampling of problems across the nation LINK
  • NAtional: Report Exposes Excessive E-Voting Machine Malfunctions in Mid-term Elections LINK
  • NAtional: Lawmaker to take seat provisionally LINK
  • FL: FL-13 - Jennings appeals ruling in contested congressional seat LINK
  • FL: Sarasota County – Editorial - District 13: Wrong ruling LINK
  • FL: Sarasota County - Newspaper links age, 'undervotes' LINK
  • FL: Sarasota County and the Debate Over “Paper Trails” LINK
  • LA: House panel to review 3 challenges to elections of GOP lawmakers LINK
  • MS: Winston County - Smooth electronic elections expected in 2007 races LINK
  • NY: Editorial - Delay voting machine shift
    New York shouldn't scramble to adopt untried system before 2008 election LINK
  • OH: Missing votes in Ohio call races into question LINK
  • OH: eVoting Exit Strategy 2007 LINK
  • OH: Overview of Major Expert Studies on Voting Systems LINK
  • OH: Franklin County - Squire requests out-of-county judges LINK
  • TX: Electronic voting led to errors, report says
    Malfunctioning machines and late poll openings among complaints LINK
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