Category: reform

NYT: Making Votes Count - Be Part of the Solution

elections, reform, news
For all the law students out there who would like to know how they, specifically, can help on Election Day: This year, for the first time, there is also a nationwide nonpartisan election-monitoring program being run by a coalition of public interest gr… more »

OH LWV lawsuit

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Ohio League of Women Voters Lawsuit A coalition of citizen and labor groups filed suit this morning in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio (League of Women Voters of Ohio v. Blackwell, Case No. 3:04CV7622). The lawsuit challenges… more »

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Ca. Paper Trail Bill into Law

elections, certification/testing, reform, standards, news
by Kim Alexander of the California Voter Foundation. California is the first state in the nation where paperless, electronic voting systems have been widely deployed that is requiring by law that the machines be retrofitted or replaced. With the enac… more »

Doug Jones: "Comments on the EAC TGDC Testimony"

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Doug comes through with another set of great notes from a voting event... this time it was the EAC Technical Guidelines Development Committee hearing on Sept 20, 2004. Some excerpts: I believe that the time has come to ban the use of infrared optica… more »

Voting Machines by County in the United States...

elections, certification/testing, reform, vendors, standards, news
So I did some googling / sleuthing / lexising and tried to use the EDS' voting technology map to figure out what most of the DREs used in counties in the US are... here's a start... if anyone sees anything obviously wrong or has additional information,… more »
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