Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
There were two interesting admissions in yesterday’s New York Times article and today’s “Featured” article. Chris Nelson, Secretary of State of South Dakota, admitted that the voting machines used in his state for voters with disabilities do not always mark ballots accurately. Also election officials in Chicago admit their voting machines do not always accurately count the vote. Both jurisdictions admit inaccurate vote counting by their voting machines yet neither of them has done anything about it. The Help America Vote Act of 2002 mandates that accurate voting systems be used in our elections. These, and other comments about the NYTimes article, are discussed in the second “Featured” article....
- Featured - National: Officials Say Flaws at Polls Will Remain in November
- Featured - National: E-Voting Failures Unmet With Accountability from Officials
- National: Voting Machine Doubts Linger
Concerns Over Vulnerability Of Electronic Machines Sending Many States Back To Paper Ballots
- National: Should voting systems have AV?
- National: "Voter fraud" = "we will suppress the vote"
- FL: 'Arrow' ballots require caution
- FL: Broward County high school students train to be poll workers
- NJ: NJ lawmakers push for mail-in balloting
- NV: Clark County - 'Isolated problem' at the polls should serve as lesson
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