By John Gideon on 4/24/2006, 5:13pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of and VoteTrustUSA.Org

California counties are switching back to paper based systems. Alameda is the latest to announce that they will be using optical-scan and paper ballots for the primary and probably in the future. In what is an extremely quick response MicroVote got their uncertified software ITA tested in just six days (less than four working days). Indiana now needs to certify it for use by the counties....

  • AR: Carroll County � Train Wreck - Election commission expects upcoming preferential primary to be a 'challenge' LINK
  • FL: Train Wreck - No Verifiable Elections For Florida This Year LINK
  • IN: Editorial � Train Wreck - Better paper than invalid (MicroVote) LINK
  • PA: Train Wreck - Election machines come to a vote. Hoping to avoid a "train wreck," Pa. is hurrying to get poll workers and voters up to speed on new voting systems. LINK
  • WV: Kanawha County - Train Wreck - Election laws, write-in voting snag use of electronic balloting LINK
  • NAtional: The Approaching 2006 E-Voting 'Train Wreck' - Are We Making Headway or Losing The Battle? LINK
  • NAtional: ACLU Victorious in Challenge to Ohio's Punch-Card Ballots LINK
  • NAtional: EAC Holds Public Hearing in Seattle LINK
  • NAtional: Jones Day papers focus of theft case LINK
  • NAtional: E-voting machines not secure, panel says LINK
  • CA: Many counties returning to paper ballots LINK
  • IN: MicroVote gets software approval, waits for state OK LINK
  • IN: Marion County - At polls, volunteer turnout also low LINK
  • NY: New York Develops Plan to Comply With E-voting Law LINK
  • OH: Cuyahoga County - County poll workers worried about primary LINK
  • PA: York - Machines will speed vote count. Electronic balloting to shorten wait for results LINK
  • TN: Monroe County - Early voting totals could reach 1,000 (Hart eSlate) LINK
  • WA: Voter Files HAVA Complaint LINK
  • WY: County clerks preparing for 'huge task' with new voting systems LINK
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