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BradBlog Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-05-08 02:19 PM
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Lost Votes on Diebold System Discovered by New 'Transparency Project' in CA
Lost Votes on Diebold System Discovered by New 'Transparency Project' in CA
Humboldt County's First-of-Its-Kind Citizen Oversight Program Finds 197 Ballots Dropped, Miscounted by Voting System in One Precinct
Company Knew About Software Flaw, Failed to Notify County...

Congratulations are in order for Humboldt County California Registrar of Voters Carolyn Crnich who worked with local voters to launch the first-of-its kind "Humboldt Election Transparency Project" leading to the discovery of nearly 200 ballots which had previously gone uncounted due to a flaw in the Diebold voting system used by the county.

The new program has uncovered a "glitch" that, it turns out, was previously known by Diebold even though they failed to let the county know about it in advance of the election.

Did the U.S. EAC know about it and fail to let the county know as well? And what of the other states and counties which use the popular -- and unforgivably flawed -- Diebold GEMS central tabulator?...

FULL STORY: http://www.bradblog.com/?p=6722
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