By John Gideon on 5/19/2007, 4:35pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

New Jersey is taking a small step toward ensuring the voting machines their citizens use are reliable and work as advertised. The state Attorney General has asked New Jersey Institute of Technology scientists and students to test printing systems that will be required on all voting machines used in the state after next January. Activists have pointed out, correctly, that this new development does not go far enough and they turn to California for proof. California has begun a top to bottom inspection and testing of all voting systems used in the state.

Links to that story, and many more, all follow below...

  • NAtional: Opinion - GOP's unsubstantiated voter fraud claims LINK
  • MA: Plympton [hand] counts on its elections LINK
  • NJ: Voting activists win concession: State agrees to test machines LINK
  • NJ: NJIT to test paper record system LINK
  • PA: Carbon County - Some precincts in Carbon may be divided to ease lines in 2008 LINK
  • PA: Lackawanna County - Officials wading through write-ins LINK
  • PA: Lycoming County - The official vote count is off and running LINK
  • TX: Aurora voting machine fixed LINK
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