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Daily Voting News - November 25, 2005 PDF  | Print |  Email
By John Gideon, Information Manager, and VoteTrustUSA   
November 25, 2005
It seems that the reports from California are less than accurate. They say that the test machine will be chosen from among machines used in 17 counties. That has never been agreed to by the state or Diebold. In fact, Hari Hursti has never been asked to fly over from Finland and no details have been set-up with BBV, according to Bev Harris. For some reason either the state or Diebold, or both, are misrepresenting the facts. A call to the California Elections Division found that everyone seems to be taking the day off.
Arizona: Thousands with older driver's license could cause voting snafu

California: Expert to try to hack into electronic voting machines as part of test

California: Hacker to try to attack state voting machines

California: Hacker gets blessing to hole democracy

Florida: Volusia County - Alternate voting machine is costly

Georgia: Voter ID bill not an obstacle for minorities

Maryland: Charles County – Opinion - To ID or not to ID

Missouri: Mississippi County - Bids opened for voting machines

North Carolina: Catawba County - Voting machines might be kept  (Hart Intercivic)

Washington: King County not alone in how it reviews voter registrations

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