By John Gideon on 1/25/2008, 8:00pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org

Just announced by Voter Action is that they have filed a preliminary injunction to stop Lackawanna, Northampton, and Wayne Cos Pennsylvania from purchasing and using unverifiable, paperless DREs. They are citing state law which requires that all voting systems produce a “permanent paper record.”

The South Carolina Democratic primary is tomorrow. The state promises there will be no repeat of last Saturday’s train wreck in the Republican primary. Let’s hope the promises are kept and the machines all work the way they are supposed to.

In New Hampshire Secretary of State Gardner has told the media that Kucinich was satisfied with the few ballots that had been recounted and had called a halt to the recount. Gardner seems to have a bit of a problem because he had already received a letter from Kucinich that was critical of the results from some polling places and asked that the state conduct a complete and accurate recount. ...

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