By John Gideon on 6/5/2008, 8:00pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

Election officials in Pinellas Co., Florida, were probably very surprised when they inspected their voting machines for malware and found that even though their system is not connected to the internet two bugs, known as Flush.G and W32.SillyDC, were present. There goes the excuse that “our system can’t be hacked (attacked) because it isn’t hooked-up to the internet” excuse.

San Bernardino Co., California, has discovered a ‘bug’ in its central tabulator, known by Sequoia Voting, that does not correctly count the number of precincts.

The ES&S system used in Curry Co, New Mexico, seems to have a ‘glitch.’ Precinct totals in an early voting location were counted more than once.

One voter went to the polls in Los Angeles Co., California, and used the accessible voting system only to find that the system “flipped” his votes in four separate races. ...

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