Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
First I want to welcome Kim Zetter to the “blogosphere”. She has been a respected reporter for Wired News and has covered voting technology for a few years now. You can find her work at Informed Consent.
As reported by both Kim and The BRAD BLOG:
"David, below are ES&S source code review guidelines for the conduction of any review of source code to be performed by the Department of State and any agent acting on your behalf as a result of the under vote investigation from the Sarasota County mid-term election. It is our desire the methodology and focus of the review be performed in a manner that incorporates the items described below," the agreement begins, before including a long, bullet-pointed and very narrow litany of specific dictates concerning what may and may not be done and disclosed by the state-convened panel of investigators."
That story, and much more from around the country today, all linked below...
The governor tells Congress that he will push for optical-scan ballots in Florida. LINK
Lawmakers call his state election plan a potential national model. LINK
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