A New Jersey judge today reversed her opinion and ruled that computer experts who will be inspecting the state’s Sequoia voting machines can release the results of their research to the voting public. The inspection will begin immediately and probably not wrap up until late September and the results can then be released.
Richard Hayes Phillips new book, “Witness to a Crime: A Citizens’ Audit of an American Election” nearly never made it to press. The original publisher, even though there was a signed contract, suddenly decided to suppress the book and not publish it. Phillips, being dogged, found a local printer and book binder and did his own typesetting in order to get the book out to the public. This book is a primer on the many and varied ways of analyzing election results and for that it is valuable....
- NAtional: The Broken Contract Lies Upon My Office Floor, Part 3 with Richard Hayes Phillips
- AL: State looks at online voting systems
- AL: Editorial - AU online voting venture worth looking into for state
- IN: County says no Illinois voters in East Chicago
- IN: Rokita wants to see more, younger Hoosiers involved in elections
- IN: Indiana voter ID law challenged again
- IN: New voter ID lawsuit filed
- IN: League of Women Voters challenges Indiana voter ID law
- MN: Changes at ballot box could save time and money, but ...
- MS: Ineligible voters on Warren County rolls
- NJ: ACLU, NJ media groups head to court about voting machine ruling
- NJ: Judge rules public can see voting machine test results
- TN: Montgomery County - Paper backup required by state
New law mandates ballot hard copies
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