By John Gideon on 8/14/2007, 8:00pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

The South Mississippi Sun Herald reports that election officials in Jackson Co are tired of having problems with their voter verified paper audit trail printers so they just want to remove them and sell them back to Diebold. One member of the election commission related that the printers get jammed up and chewed up and the machine quits. The commission considers the printer modules as being defective and unnecessary since the votes recorded on any machine can be printed out at the end of an election night. In other words, because Diebold makes a lousy printer to put on their lousy voting machines they should get rid of that printer and just keep the lousy machines. Also, today the EAC released a letter sent to ES&S accusing the vendor of not reporting that they are making their iVotronic DREs in the Philippines. ES&S must have forgotten about that....

  • NAtional: EAC Spanks ES&S For Failure to Disclose Philippine Factory
    Advanced Voting Solutions Also Caught In A Deception LINK
  • NAtional: ES&S Failed to Disclose Manila Manufacturer to Fed Agency LINK
  • NAtional: Dan Rather Investigates Voting Machines --- Uncovers New Surprises About ES&S Touch-Screens LINK
  • NAtional: Election Technology Council makes top appointments LINK
  • NAtional: The truth about election fraud LINK
  • CA: Alameda County - County may lose early voting
    New security measures may make running polling stations impossible LINK
  • CA: Napa County – Opinion - After outburst, Tuteur owes Bowen an apology LINK
  • CA: San Joaquin County - S.J. County could recoup $4.7M spent on voting machines LINK
  • CA: Santa Clara County drops voting machine lawsuit threat LINK
  • CA: Tehama County voters to do it on paper LINK
  • CO: Montrose County - Montrose beefing up election equipment LINK
  • MS: Jackson County Election Commission wants paper jam gone LINK
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