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WillYourVoteBCounted Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-09-09 10:45 PM
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Threat of Internet Voting Spreads, and poor widdle Diebold sues test lab
John Gideon's Daily News warns of attempt to sneek internet voting into Washington State.
E-voting activists need to be ready - this is THE new battle, internet voting. John also tells about Diebold suing the test labs HAH DIEBOLD! I've been in court against Diebold myself, so I have no sympathy for them. SysTest doesn't deserve any love either. Read Joe Hall's blog about that also in John's Daily News.

Premier/Diebold has filed a lawsuit against SysTest Labs. The voting machine vendor claims that SysTests loss of EAC accreditation in the middle of testing on the newest Premier voting system has wreaked havoc on Premiers business. This should be an interesting suit.

Even though reports from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), and dozens of computer security experts strongly and unanimously warn of insurmountable threats to the privacy and security of ballots cast over the Internet, the Washington State legislature is proposing and fast-tracking a bill to allow Internet voting for its military and overseas voters. VotersUnite does not believe in using military and overseas voters as guinea pigs in a voting scheme that has already been determined by experts to be an essentially impossible task given the current architecture of the Internet.

Featured - National: Electronic Voting Manufacturer Claims Testing Lab's Shoddy Work Wreaked Havoc

Featured - WA: Washington State Legislature Proposes Using Military & Overseas Voters as Internet Voting Guinea Pigs /

National: Premier Voting v. Systest Labs Complaint For Damages and Declaratory Relief <.pdf>

National: Following up with Steve Heller, formerly known as the "Diebold Whistle-blower"

CA: Riverside County Opinion - Redundant Tallying
State Mandate Ratchets Up Costs, Imperils Early Voting

MI: Nonprofits Help Disenfranchised Michigan Voter Join Voter Rights Lawsuit

MN: The myth of voter fraud

MN: Senate recount: How much longer?
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MN: GOP: No reports of voter fraud in Minnesota

MS: State's suffrage law for felons remains inconsistent

MS: Mississippi Republicans Push For Disenfranchising Polling Place Photo ID Restrictions

NY: Do Lever Machines Provide a Better Voting System for Democracy? <.pdf>

PA: Allegheny County - Phantom Ballot Menace

PA: Lackawanna County - Election district changes disputed
County court will receive objections to voting district consolidation petition.

Canada: New Rules Stopped 450,000 Canadians from Voting
Upped ID requirements may have affected some close federal races. /

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eppur_se_muova Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-10-09 06:10 PM
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1. K&R -- can't rec enough. nt
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HAARP Donating Member (5 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-10-09 06:31 PM
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2. re:
Voting via internet is too corruptible. We need to go back in time to all paper.
The internet is an electronic den of thieves.
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McCamy Taylor Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Feb-11-09 01:26 AM
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3. I warned of this....when? Back in 2006? They laughed at me. They always laugh at me.
Edited on Wed Feb-11-09 01:28 AM by McCamy Taylor
At the very least investors should follow my predictions because I can always spot a trend, even if people in politics won't.
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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Feb-11-09 11:14 AM
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4. I never laughed at you.
It was that frog that cracked me up!

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troubleinwinter Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-15-09 01:33 AM
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5. Arizona has already done it.
Arizona Democrats led the way in 2000 as 45 percent of the 86,970 voters used the Internet to cast their primary ballots.

To vote online, voters enter personalized codes from the ballot, along with place and date of birth.

Personalized codes, huh? My neighbor, Dixie, has her mailbox right next to mine. I know when her birthday is and and where she was born.
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