Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Some county election officials in Ohio are pushing to continue using only central-count optical scan. The ACLU withdrew a suit against Cuyahoga Co because the county promised to go to precinct-count optical scan. Now the county wants to renege on that deal.
It appears that Tennessee will join the paper-age. Newly passed legislation requires all voting machines to be paper based, i.e. optical scan, beginning in 2010.
The Missouri legislature was unable to pass any Voter ID legislation today, the end of their legislative session....
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- NAtional: The State of the Vote
- CA: Los Angeles County - LA Officials Announce Changes To Facilitate Voting
- FL: Sarasota County - When can we have too much voting integrity?
- FL: Volusia County - Volusia supervisor tests revamped voting equipment
- IN: Allen County - Board approves 36% of provisional ballots
- KY: Kentucky - “Serious Poll Worker Shortage”
- KY: Logan County - Logan to use new voting machines in upcoming election
- MO: Press Release - Proposed Photo ID Legislation Failed
- NJ: Judge to rule on tests for e-voting machines
- OH: Opinion - Costs of voting have to be considered
- OH: Cuyahoga County - Election Machines Debated Again
- TN: Paper voting record required by 2010
- TN: State Senate Approves Paper-Trail Voting Machines Requirement
- WV: Mercer County - Counting confusion... Tech, poll errors snarl
- Canada: Recount process stalled
Election Defeated incumbent expected to advise election officials of his intentions next week
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