Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Scantegrity, a registered non-profit organization, has announced a collaborative effort with Takoma Park Maryland to hold a primary and general election on an open-source voting system with both conventional paper and cryptographic audit trails. I’m sure there will be a lot more on this later....
- National: Thousands of Americans Abroad Got No Ballots
- AL: Opinion - Clean, open elections
- CA: Riverside County registrar completes hand count of e-ballots
- CO: Coffman to face conflict-of-interest hearing
- GA: Election board preps for 2009 votes
- KS: Hearing Held On Voter ID Bill
- MD: Collaboration with Takoma Park and an Open Workshop
- MN: Senate recount trial resumes: Judges ponder Franken objection
A Dakota County official testified that some absentee ballots were rejected in error.
- MN: Senate judges order count of 23 rejected ballots
- MN: Senate recount trial: Franken picks up likely 24 votes
- MS: Hosemann plugs early voting in Miss.
- ND: Campaigning ban at ND early vote sites backed
- PA: Lackawanna County election officials: Few show interest in poll work
- TX: 5,000 seniors meet to nix voter ID bill
Requires voters to show a photo ID
- TX: Photo Voter ID System a Thin Line for States
- WA: WA State Seeks to Use Military and Overseas Voters as Internet Voting Guinea Pigs
- Ireland: E-voting machines may be scrapped
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