By John Gideon on 12/28/2005, 5:33pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

Just as suddenly as the alarm was raised over ES&S being a concern in the state of California the word seems to have been passed that there is no longer any concern. Perhaps ES&S has gotten a manicure kit federally qualified so voters with long fingernails can cut them before voting. (Note: Long fingernails was one excuse given by ES&S for votes being swapped on their touch-screens)...

  • AL: Montgomery County - County first to comply with election rules LINK
  • CA: Polling irregularities. High-tech voting hasn't served California well LINK
  • CA: Colusa County - Colusa said not affected by glitches in e-voting LINK
  • CA: San Mateo County - Elections official warns of costly voting problems LINK
  • CA: Solano County - Voting machines safe for now LINK
  • CT: Danbury - Voting machine search worries local officials LINK
  • IN: Vanderburgh County - Precinct merger opposed LINK
  • MI: Editorial ľ Detroit - The Correct Call. Hendrix plans to stop the mayoral recount LINK
  • MN: Isanti County - County approves election equipment plan LINK
  • NC: Democratic chairman backs optical scan LINK
  • NC: Voting machine woes grow as deadline nears LINK
  • NC: Beaufort County - Voting machines tested LINK
  • NC: Carteret County - Carteret voters to get a look LINK
  • NC: Gaston and Lincoln Counties - Voting machine firm wins Gaston by default LINK
  • OH: Stark County - Commissioners OK better facilities for new voting machines LINK
  • PA: Chester County - County correctly plays waiting game with voting machines LINK
  • PA: Westmoreland County - Voting machine provider chosen (ES&S) LINK
  • UT: Counting on Diebold. The provider of Utah's new voting machines faces allegations of bad security. LINK
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