Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Michael Richardson, in an article posted to The BRAD BLOG, writes, “Hours after reports last week on threatened subpoenas against the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) and its banned voting machine test laboratory, CIBER, Inc., by the New York State Board of Elections, the company supplied information concerning its lack of accreditation to New York officials. Enraged NY State Election Commissioner Doug Kellner called the secret reports “soiled laundry” that both the company and EAC had been trying to hide. Friday, the EAC reacted to the disclosure by CIBER of confidential EAC documents by releasing the assessment reports upon which last summer’s decision for non-accreditation of CIBER was based. The documents, kept secret by the EAC for half a year, reveal a shocking level of incompetence and negligence by the “independent testing authority” (ITA) lab which tested electronic voting machines used by 68.5% of the registered voters in the November 2006 election.”...
NIST certifies iBeta, SysTest Labs under latest requirements guidelines http://www.computerworld...90&intsrc=hm_list\" target="_blank">LINK
She faces early primary push, high-tech machine problems http://www.sfgate.com/cg...DTL&type=politics\" target="_blank">LINK
To avoid voting glitches, new machines that leave paper trails could be part of the solution for 2008. http://www.orlandosentin...l-news-headlines-state\" target="_blank">LINK
Sarasota aims to improve electronic voting http://www.heraldtribune...0070129/NEWS/701290374\" target="_blank">LINK
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