Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Today we have more from Maryland where the state’s Attorney General has filed a claim against Premier/Diebold to force the vendor to pay for the problems the state’s voting machines have encountered. If every state would do the same thing the vendors might actually realize it is their responsibility to put out a product that they test and warrant against defect. Maybe it is time for the EAC to actually do their job and ensure federal laws with regards to voting systems are met. ...
- National: "Murder, Spies & Voting Lies: The Clint Curtis Story"
- CT: CT: More Errors In Reported Results?
- FL: Hillsborough County – Columnist - Buddy's blunders too many to count
- GA: Fulton County - Fulton’s FedEx bill for absentee ballots: $327,025
County faced backlog of applications before election; some individual deliveries cost $355
- GA: Fulton County - Fulton’s ballot rush costly
$327,025 bill to mail absentee ballots came after backlog led to push for fast delivery; county checking if they were counted.
- MD: State Files Claim Against Texas Firm
Company Should Repay Money Spent to Fix Machines, Md. Says
- MD: Md. files claim to recover voting machine expenses
- MD: Watchdogs Want Warranty for New Md. Voting Equipment
- MD: Anne Arundel voters may need ID before voting
- MN: Coleman suffers setback in court
State Supreme Court decision keeps disputed ballots in the vote count for now, but Coleman's lawyers are vowing to press on.
- MN: Senate recount: Franken leads but margin narrows
The Senate recount shows no sign of being settled soon.
- MN: Coleman campaign loses fight over 'duplicate' ballots - for now
- NJ: Editorial - Paper trail leads to more honest elections
- NJ: Editorial - Don't tamper with balloting
- OH: Franklin County - 'Rejected' ballots get sorted out
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