Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
The trial against the use of unverifiable voting machines in New Jersey is continuing. Computer scientist Andrew Appel was before the judge tearing apart a Sequoia Advantage DRE voting machine to show how easy it would be to get into the machine and replace memory without anyone ever knowing about it. The trial is expected to take a couple weeks.
Mississippi and Utah have joined Texas in their misguided attempts to push through voter ID laws to combat non-existent voter fraud. In the meantime, one Ohio county has reported that after investigating claims of wide-spread voter fraud in Nov. a special prosecutor has found only one case and in that one the man involved told on himself....
- CT: Connecticut’s November 2008 Post-Election Audits Report
Large Differences From Optical Scanner Totals
- MN: Coleman's Supposedly Friendly Witnesses Backfire
- MN: Senate recount trial: Rejected voters have their day
- MS: State official pushing voter ID
- NJ: Vote machine and its printer on trial in NJ
- NJ: Judge to review reliability of N.J.'s electronic voting machines
- NJ: Expert: Voting machines easily altered
- NY: Madison County voters to use lever machines 1 more time (or maybe2)
- OH: Hamilton County - Only one voter fraud case found
- UT: Bill would make Utah voter ID laws stricter
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