Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Today attorneys for the state of New Jersey were asked, in court, whether the state had a confidentiality agreement with Sequoia. The attorneys admitted that they were not sure. Judge Linda Feinberg then ordered that testing of the voting machines move ahead. Sequoia’s media person is on vacation so she was not able to respond to media questions. There will be more details on this story as agreements are made but Sequoia does not now appear to be in a position to dictate what will happen.
DVN will be on hiatus until Saturday evening. I am going to take a few days and enjoy New Orleans....
- NAtional: This is Who Sequoia Voting Systems Has Chosen to Test Their Machines Instead of Princeton
- NAtional: Senate bill seeks to ease vote caging
- NAtional: States Brace For Record Turnout
Politico: Election Officials Across The Country Get Ready For What Could Be An Election Day Like No Other
- KS: Voter coalition seeks more polling places in Sedgwick County
- MS: Senate extends deadline on voter ID bill
- MS: Voter ID push regains steam in Senate
- NC: Chatham County To Change Voting Machines
- NC: Watauga County - County creates newest precinct
- NJ: After threats, NJ clerks call for e-voting investigation
Not taking Sequoia's blame (or bullying) as their answer
- NJ: Opinion - New Jersey deserves
- NJ: Questions linger on reliability of electronic voting in N.J.
- OH: Audit of primary votes asked
Brunner wants 11 Ohio counties to volunteer
- OH: Ohio plans recount of some primary votes
- OH: Ohio Sec. of State Orders Hand Audit of Primary Election Results in 11 Counties
- TN: ‘Convenience voting’ coming to Anderson
- VT: Vermont Poised to Adopt Instant Runoff Voting
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