Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Fort Bend Co., Texas, has just hired a new elections director. To prove that the revolving door goes in as well as out the county hired the regional sales manager, account manager, and Illinois state manager for Election Systems & Software.
Pima Co., Arizona, has given in and will be releasing all elections data bases from its Diebold machines going back to 1998. The county has also agreed to pay the opposing attorney for his time and expenses ($228,000)....
- NAtional: Voters Want Choices. And They Want to Be Heard.
That's why Ranked Choice Voting makes so much sense.
- AZ: Pima County - County gives in on Democrats' voting-database suit
- CA: Los Angeles County - Voter suppression! Voter suppression!
- CO: Man denied access to clerks meeting in Glenwood Springs
- GA: Here we go again --- photo ID law challenge
- IL: Kane County - Clerk's office looks at vote centers
- IN: Randolph County - State doesn't want to pay for Randolph voting machines
- NM: State-wide Computer Crash Cripples Voting in New Mexico Primary
- NM: Bernalillo Co. suffers few glitches on Election Day
- OH: Diebold unit Premier Election Solutions sues Cuyahoga County in voting-machine dispute
- TX: Fort Bend County - Former Software Sales Manager Named County Elections Administrator
- VA: Fairfax County - County to buy new voting machines
- WV: Tyler County - Election Results Raise Questions
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