By John Gideon on 7/3/2007, 8:00pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

Bergen Co. NJ has reported that their Sequoia DRE voting machines required $44,000 worth of electricity for their monthly battery charge last year. The county is now spending $42,000 to install air conditioning in the warehouse where their 1,200 machines are stored. “Red-Team” security checks are underway in California where teams of “hackers” are testing the security of all voting systems used in the state....

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  • CA: Hackers Test California's Electronic Voting Machines LINK
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  • CA: State tries to hack into voting machines in security check LINK
  • CA: San Francisco - S.F. Could Face Hand Counted Votes In Nov. Election LINK
  • CA: San Jose County - Officials poke under the hoods of S.J.'s voting machines LINK
  • CO: Mesa County - Elections panel wants $682,000 for 2008 budget LINK
  • FL: Palm Beach County – Editorial - Trust in Voting LINK
  • MT: Laurel - Mail ballots may be used for upcoming election LINK
  • NJ: Bergen County - Bergen cranks up AC for e-voting machines LINK
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