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

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

California is still the big news. Counties are beginning to realize that they have some decisions to make and some planning to do. While most counties take on the challenges one or two Registrars have decided that rather than do any planning they would rather whine and threaten. These will probably be the counties who are not ready in February. Meanwhile there is more news from Kentucky where the Secretary of State is traveling around the state talking with local officials about the California reports and what they mean to Kentucky’s voting machines. Tuesday was primary day in Mississippi and the media is talking about the many failures, both with voting machines and administratively, in their election....

  • NAtional: Secretary Bowen's clever insight LINK
  • NAtional: Restore health to America's elections and pull the plug on SDD virus threat LINK
  • NAtional: The Fallout From California's Ban on Electronic Voting Machines LINK
  • NAtional: Holt Still Lying to Voters About His Election Reform Bill in Wake of Bowen's CA Decisions LINK
  • NAtional: Why might we still have a rigged vote?
    Can Diebold machines be trusted? LINK
  • NAtional: Sequoia Voting Systems Announces New Training Product Line Through Strategic Partnership with Elections Training USA LINK
  • CA: California's Bowen, the press and the election integrity S.O.S. LINK
  • CA: California decertifies four e-voting companies LINK
  • CA: The Fallout From California's Ban on Electronic Voting Machines LINK
  • CA: Opinion - Depoliticize electronic voting
    Secretary of State Debra Bowen's ban on machines is welcome, but could create problems. LINK
  • CA: Editorial - Vote absentee to avoid aftermath of e-vote ruling LINK
  • CA: Give state elections chief vote of confidence LINK
  • CA: Sacramento Bee's Dan Walters Tells California Voters: Trust in Diebold and Ye Shall be Rewarded LINK
  • CA: Alameda County - E-voting changes to hit county hard
    Officials fear missing February deadline for election certification LINK
  • CA: Los Angeles County - LA County Registrar, Diebold Cover Girl, Concerned About Profits of Voting Machine Company LINK
  • CA: Los Angeles County - Electoral embarrassment
    Decertified systems affect 9 million voters, but there still is time for a remedy. LINK
  • CA: Los Angeles County - Ruling jeopardizes early touch-screen vote LINK
  • CA: Los Angeles County - Panic attack
    Decertification doesn't mean anything's wrong with InkaVote LINK
  • CA: Napa County - Paper ballots in 2008?
    Tuteur decries e-voting decision; counties may sue Bowen LINK
  • CA: Napa County - Election machine controversy hits Napa LINK
  • CA: Solano County officials unsure which voting machines can be used in February primary
    Current software may not pass federal review LINK
  • CA: Tulare County – Editorial - Electronic voting is still wave of future LINK
  • CA: Yuba-Sutter Counties - Y-S voting officials: Our machines are safe to use LINK
  • FL: Palm Beach County - Rather stops to film in West Palm Beach LINK
  • FL: Sarasota County - New Sarasota County voting system failed test LINK
  • IA: California Voting Machine Review Has Implications for Iowa LINK
  • KY: Grayson suggesting ballot scanners as anti-fraud measure LINK
  • KY: Attorney General Stumbo Questions Reliability of Ky. Electronic Voting Machines LINK
  • MD: California Decerties Electronic Voting System - Including the System Used in Maryland LINK
  • MS: Problems cleared at polls LINK
  • MS: Malfunctions, weather among election woes LINK
  • MS: Bolivar County - Record turnout reported for primary LINK
  • MS: Scott County - Ballot Issues, Voter Precinct Shifts Generate Concerns LINK
  • MS: Scott County – Editorial - Election Problems Cast Shadow Over Results LINK
  • MS: Washington County - Counting controversy LINK
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