Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
The GAO’s report and other reports have done their best to absolve the Sarasota Co. iVotronic DREs from fault in the Congressional District 13 race of 2006. Following their lead a Congressional Panel has recommended that the Christine Jennings challenge to that race be dismissed. Over 18,000 voters were at fault in that race and over 89,000 voters were at fault for undervoting in the state Attorney General race on the same type of machines.
There was an NPR report on New Mexico yesterday that said they were going to do a full recount of all Democratic ballots. That report was incorrect. They are now counting all qualified provisional ballots.
Upcoming primary elections are Louisiana tomorrow and Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia on Tuesday. ...
- NAtional: Dave Berman on VoteRescue Radio this Sunday, Feb. 10th, from 2-4pm CST
- NAtional: Why Can't America Vote Right?
- CA: Alameda County - Feb. 5, 2008 Presidential Primary at Precinct 225400
- CA: Los Angeles County - Filling in the Ovals on LA County's Super Tuesday 'Double Bubble' Debacle
- CA: Los Angeles County -
- CO: House committee kills state voter ID measure
- CO: Voter ID bills fail to pass
- CO: Ouray County - How are you going to vote in '08?
- CT: Public input sought on new voting system
- FL: Tally Against the Machine
- FL: Sarasota County - GAO Report Says Machines Likely Not Responsible for Florida CD-13 Election Mishap
- FL: Sarasota County - Opinion - Undervote issue: over and out
District 13 mystery got the expert study it deserved
- FL: Sarasota County - Florida 13th: GAO Report Not a Clean Bill of Health for Voting Machines
- FL: CD-13 - House committee votes to end probe of Fla. District 13 election
- FL: CD-13 - Task force votes to dismiss Jennings’s challenge
- FL: CD-13 - Task Force recommends appeal of District 13 election be dismissed
- FL: CD-13 - Auditor's report inconclusive on Florida undervote mishap
- MA: Local vote for Hillary, Mitt
- MD: Provisional ballots won't count in election
ACLU tries to clear up misconception in Prince George’s County
- NM: Still Counting Ballots in New Mexico
- NM: Rules set for qualifying, processing provisional ballots
- NM: Bad Voter Lists May Have Botched New Mexico's Democratic Caucus
- NM: N.M. Dems Get Apologies but No Winner
- NY: State Supreme Court approves Premier for county elections
- NY: NY board OKs revised list of voting machines
- NY: New York City - New Voting Machine Chosen for City
- OH: Ballot dispute involves 3 courts
U.S. District Court asked to overturn restraining order
- OH: Officials expect large absentee vote
In Ohio, voters have requested 187,388 absentee ballots.
- OH: Cuyahoga County - Paper ballots: Cure or catastrophe?
- PA: Court Hearing Set For Friday In Pennsylvania
- PA: Creation of voting machine task force lacks support
Rogers: Panel representation not broad enough to be fair
- PA: Pittsburgh Evening News: Hackable Allegheny County Voting Systems Left Unguarded, Memory Cartridges Gone, Felons Working as Election Judges
- PA: Bucks County – Editorial - Time to reconsider
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