Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
By John Gideon on 10/2/2008, 4:26pm PT  

The latest testing results from Palm Beach Co Florida seem to clearly point to problems with the voting machines. It wasn’t the only problem the county had in the primary but it seems to have been a large part of it.

Tomorrow (Friday) there will be a hearing in Washington DC to discuss and take testimony about the failures in the DC primary election. How did one precinct have over a thousand more votes than it had voters? Again this seems to clearly be a machine issue.

The tie that binds Palm Beach Co and Washington DC together is that their voting machines were all supplied by Sequoia Voting Systems...

ADDENDUM FROM BRAD: More details on all of the above now here...

  • Overseas Voters: Overseas Vote Foundation Predicts Unprecedented
    Overseas and Military Voter Participation - Presidential Campaigns Join Overseas and Military Voter Outreach Effort
    https://www.overseasvote....org/2008-Media-Releases
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