Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Yesterday I spoke about what may be election fraud in the handling of absentee ballots in Bullock Co., Alabama. Today the District Attorney in Randolph Co. requested an investigation of absentee ballot handling in his county. An investigation is already being carried out in Potter Co. Absentee ballot mishandling appears to be the preferred means of election fraud in Alabama. Clearly this is something that bears our attention going into November.
It is no surprise at all that ES&S investigated problems on their machines used in Faulkner Co., Arkansas, and declared the whole problem was “human error.” However, there was an error in tabulating the votes. That error was not caused by the voter so that error is a violation of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 Section 301(a)(5).
The Secretary of State of Ohio has released a report on the 2008 Primary from last March. The media reports say the primary had some “bumps but went well overall.” In fact, the report ignores problems that even the Secretary described at the time as a “huge problem.” One has to wonder why election officials seem to think they can misrepresent the facts and not be called on it....
- NAtional: Voters and the Question of their “Confidence in the System”
- NAtional: Columnist - Rabbit Hole of Voter Fraud
- AL: Randolph County - DA requests investigation of county absentee voting
- AR: Faulkner County - Audit reveals human error caused election debacle
- CO: Youthful service
Colorado student judge program a boon for democracy
- FL: Opinion - We might wish for punch cards when ballot lines are drawn to vote
- FL: Optical-scan voting nears South Florida debut
New optical-scan voting machines will be the third ballot system used in South Florida since 2000.
- FL: Sarasota County - Mock election will test all machines
- GA: Elections Board Fires Back In Tussle Over Voter ID Law
- IN: MicroVote punished for '06 elections
18-month ban on system sales
- NC: Instant runoff voting is a practical and democratic solution to election pitfalls
- NJ: ACLU, press groups seek to open voting case
Judge asked to reconsider ruling barring disclosure of machine test results
- OH: Capital News: More volleys over Brunner's Project Everest
- OH: Report: March primary had bumps but went well overall
- OH: Secretary of State Releases First Comprehensive Post-Election Report
- OH: Cuyahoga County, citing costs of election equipment, considers service cuts, layoffs
Service reductions, layoffs possible
- OH: Trumbull County - Elections board finds way to cut costs
- PA: Crawford County replaces voting machine batteries
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