'Daily Voting News' For December 06 and 07, 2008

Published: Tue 9 Dec 2008 09:43 AM
'Daily Voting News' For December 06 and 07, 2008
Guest Blogged by John Gideon of
More news is coming out on the lost votes in Humboldt Co California as well as the expected obfuscation and misinformation from Diebold. They aren’t denying the fact that their voting system doesn’t correctly count the votes but they are making excuses as to why they didn’t recall the software that is to blame. Those excuses don’t hold much water. This story is not going away any time soon....
CA: Humboldt County - Local elections office commended LINK
California: Humboldt County – Editorial - A glitch that should never have been LINK
California: Humboldt County - Our Votes are Too Important... LINK
Connecticut: How Many Errors Can You Find In This Story? LINK
Indiana: Tippecanoe County - Top Democrat questions county's election LINK
Ohio: Franklin County - Count begins of final votes
Stivers-Kilroy race hangs in the balance LINK
Ohio: Franklin County - Results expected in Ohio congressional race LINK
Ohio: Franklin County - At Last: Provisional Ballots Being Counted LINK
Oregon: Jackson County - Jacksonville, Ore., incumbent wins with recount LINK
Texas: Editorial - Dallas County voting machines need immediate attention LINK
**"Daily Voting News" is meant as a comprehensive listing of reports each day concerning issues related to election and voting news around the country regardless of quality or political slant. Therefore, items listed in "Daily Voting News" may not reflect the opinions of VotersUnite.Org or Scoop.**
John Gideon
Co-Executive Director
"To encourage citizen ownership of transparent, participatory
democracy." The Creekside Declaration March 22, 2008

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