Happy Fathers Day to all of the Fathers reading this.
Following last year’s mayoral primary in Bridgeport Connecticut, one Democratic candidate was sure there were problems with the vote totals. He went to court and appealed the loss but the Superior Court found against him. He was still sure so he asked that the case be heard by the state Supreme Court. He was rebuffed. Today the Connecticut Post revealed the results of its investigation. 105 more votes were tallied than voters went to the polls. The state claims it is not unusual for there to be a few more votes than voters in any given polling place because POLL WORKERS MAKE MISTAKES. They have agreed that 105 votes is a bit much so the state is now investigating....
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- NAtional: Voting commission plagued by problems, limited funds
- AZ: Pima County - Pima scales back election changes
- CO: Electronic voting figure takes new job
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- CT: Broken System: Bridgeport Primary Does Not Add Up
- CT: Probe: Voting numbers don't add up
- CT: Newspaper: more votes cast than voters in Bridgeport primary
- FL: Ballot Audits Don't Get A Vote Of Confidence
- FL: Sen. Bill Nelson looks to end Electoral College
- FL: Palm Beach County - ELECTION NON-REFORMS: New, useless paper trail
- LA: Democrats’ Vote Drive in Louisiana Stirs Concern
- NJ: Editorial - The voting machine verdict
- NV: Clark County - Audit report won’t tell you much
Election Department data redacted to ensure privacy
- NY: So Now Can We Talk About Hand Counts?
- OH: Capital News: More volleys over Brunner's Project Everest
- OH: Sit down and have a chat with Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner
- PA: Batteries backup to backup
Officials will buy 100 extra to ensure voting machines work Nov. 4
- SC: Horry County - Horry may buy laptops for quicker poll check-in
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