Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Rightfully, Sequoia Voting Systems has been taking a beating over the past few days due to its threatening emails sent to New Jersey counties and to computer scientists at Princeton University. It is clear that Sequoia knows something about the problems with its voting machines used in the primary and doesn’t want anyone outside of the company to find the problem.
That story, and today's other notable voting news articles, all linked below...
- NAtional: EAC to Discuss States' Use of Remaining HAVA [Funds] at Denver Meeting
- AZ: Opinion - Test ballots shouldn't leave county offices
- AZ: Pima County - Voter notification cards will serve as ID at polls
- CA: California secretary of state wins Profiles in Courage Award
- CA: California Secretary of State Debra Bowen Awarded 2008 JFK Profile in Courage Award
- CA: San Francisco - SF's New Non-Crappy Voting Machines May Actually Be Crappy
- CA: Santa Clara County - Opinion - Early-bird voting changes election dynamics
- CA: San Joaquin County - Registrar: Primary election 'smooth'
- CO: Money woes spell doom for paper-ballot bill
- CO: Editorial – Not A Burden
- CO: Paper ballot election could be doomed
- MD: Myers' bill would require Md. voters to show ID at polls
- MS: Voter ID dies; may be revived
- NJ: Tougher tests sought for voting machines
- NJ: Sequoia warns Princeton professors over e-voting analysis
- NJ: Voting machine vendor threatens computer science researcher
Don't you dare test our machine!
- NJ: Sequoia Versus Felton, Professor Fires A Couple Of Aiming Shots
- NJ: Evidence of New Jersey Election Discrepancies
- OH: That Was Then
- OH: Editorial - Brunner is too fond of battles fought behind the scenes
- OH: Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner wins John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award
- PA: Major flaw in State of Pennsylvania online voter registration puts user data at risk
- WA: State ballot could pit two from same party
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