The story warns that the our touch screen counties, including Mecklenburg - are using machines with a track record for paper jams . In the event of a hotly contested race coming through any of the counties, the results of the election could be place
Students attending college in Iowa are in the middle of a political battle, and the NY Times Editorial Board calls out the “rhetorical” suppression of college voters by major candidates in making the case for protecting the voting rights of students
As the corporate MSM will undoubtedly be watching the horses only as they cross the finish line, not bothering to notice what their owners and jockies are up to on the way there, we're happy to help with anything that increases citizen participat
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Colorado's Republican Secretary of State, Mike Coffman, has announced that a number of Colorado's e-voting machines have failed state certification testings, and will not be allowed for use in the 2008 election cycle.
Brunner is calling for a ban on all Direct Recording Electronic voting systems in the state, along with a ban on precinct-based optical-scan paper based systems, charging that the central counting of ballots at the county would eliminate "points
All five voting systems used in Ohio, a state whose electoral votes narrowly swung two elections toward President Bush, have critical flaws that could undermine the integrity of the 2008 general election, a report commissioned by the state’s top elec
A study, released Friday, found that voting machines and central servers made by Elections Systems and Software; Premier Election Solutions, formerly Diebold; and Hart InterCivic; were easily corrupted.
Steven Rosenfeld is a senior fellow at Alternet.org and co-author of "What Happened in Ohio: A Documentary Record of Theft and Fraud in the 2004 Election," with Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman
Bill Risner was on John C Scott radio show and Bill nailed the problems we voters have with Pima County Board of Sups, their Election Department and billshit vote stealing Diebold Equipment. And we both know that Maricopa is no better.
“At a trial beginning Tuesday, Dec. 4, attorney Bill Risner is expected to paint an extremely unflattering portrait of internal security within Pima County's Elections Division.”
On November 1, all fifty states in the Union were sued to prohibit them from using any type of vote counting machines and to require them to hand-count and total all ballots in full view of the public.
German is the county's respected administrator of elections, and there were witnesses present as he corrected the vote totals on a sales tax referendum for a fire/ambulance district in the Cypress-Fairbanks area of northwest Harris County.
Business as usual will not be the norm over the next 48 hours as Secretaries of State in all fifty states will each receive subpoenas in the National Clean Election lawsuit
A defense contractor was fined $1 million for picking up the tab for meals with former Rep. Katherine Harris
A new "unbreakable" encryption method will keep votes safe for citizens in the Swiss canton of Geneva in the country's upcoming national elections, officials said Thursday. The city-state will use individual particles of light -- or qu
Ask the wrong questions and this is what happens... (Another Tape of what happened after Click Here for #2)
"Voting Section Chief John Tanner called for the purges in letters sent this spring under an arcane provision in the National Voter registration Act, better known as the Motor Voter law," says Rosenfeld, adding that the letters " notif
The U.S. House of Representatives is set to vote on a bill that would require a paper record for electronic voting machines. [And then what?]
Who told this security guard to deny access to Ron Paul delegates?
Ohio's method of conducting elections with electronic voting machines appears to have created a true privacy nightmare for state residents: Revealing who voted for which candidates.
California plans to hold an administrative hearing on the fate of Election Systems & Software for violating state election codes. ES&S, the top voting machine company in the country, is being accused of selling at least 5 CA counties a version of its
Enough. Enough. Enough already with this nightmare. It's time to decertify, ban, burn, crush, destroy all Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) touch-screen voting machines. Period. DREs should never be allowed for use in another American election
After a year and a half of conversely trying to dump their failed voting unit and/or lying to customers about the reliability and security of their voting systems, corporate parent Diebold is giving up the ghost of their election business which
Diebold Inc. confirmed what had been widely speculated since January: That it tried and failed to sell its often criticized voting technology business. It will allow the unit to operate more independently, giving it a separate board of directors a
ES&S failed to disclose the foreign facility's role in assembling its voting machines to the Federal Election Assistance Commission. Voting machine companies are required to disclose the names and locations of their manufacturing and assembling f
Secretary of State Debra Bowen's recent decision to ban most touch-screen voting machines in California could usher in a new era of skepticism about electronic voting across the country, some election experts say. California isn't the firs
On November 17th, 2005, an anonymous Wikipedia user deleted 15 paragraphs from an article on e-voting machine-vendor Diebold, excising an entire section critical of the company's machines. While anonymous, such changes typically leave behind digi
DAN RATHER REPORTS presents conclusive evidence of the failure of touch screen voting machines across the country. The episode, “The Trouble with Touch Screens,” is an entire hour devoted to new information on this story. From scientists involved in
The purple dye is being implemented along with several other security measures, such as a photo-ID requirement, because of problems with out-of-state voters participating in the poll and voters casting more than one ballot.