News for 2006
|ELECTRONIC VOTING STRENGTHENS, NOT THREATENS, OUR DEMOCRACY||11/15/2006|
|Write-ins may spell a long Election Night
Extra scrutiny of ballots could delay the results for District 22
|Harris County's machines pass test
Officials cast some 2,400 'votes' to make sure the devices work right
|County puts electronic voting through paces
Machines get workout
|Standards to stimulate e-voting?
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--The government was quick to trust the Internet with tax returns, but it still has not managed to organize a paperless voting system. What's the holdup?
|More Voters Choose Electronic Machines||09/19/2006|
|Election office gets early look at likely vote system solution
Company rep trains workers on new technology.
County clerks pleased with new voting equipment
|New printouts will allow voters to double-check choices||06/27/2006|
New digital voting machines tested to ensure they won't push balloters' buttons
|Vote Anywhere. Vote Early. Vote Accessibly.
San Mateo County Opens "Universal Voting Center" in East Palo Alto
|New voting machines rated E for 'easy'||05/17/2006|
|New system in a landslide
Early local voters prefer computers over paper ballots, but both win strong support.
|County's 550 new voting machines ready for debut
LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - For the first time in decades, voters will be faced with a new choice at the polls.
|New voting machines work like a charm
Blount County precincts reported no problems with the new voting machines during Tuesday's primaries, Administrator of Elections Becky Harrill said Wednesday.
|New vote machines popular
The new optical scanning voting machines used in Hamilton County require voters to use an ink pen to fill in squares on the ballot and then slide the ballot into a squat scanning machine.
|Vote of confidence for new machines
For people with disabilities, county’s new voting system offers accessibility and independence.
|Positive results for 1st test of electronic ballots
ELECTION 2006: THE PRIMARIES: NEW VOTING
|State OKs electronic vote plan for Kane
After six months of testing and uncertainty, the Illinois State Board of Elections on Monday certified an electronic voting system for Kane County, making it one of the first election jurisdictions in the state to eliminate punch cards, officials said.
|Nacogdoches l Voters Will Notice Some Changes in Voting Equipment
All this week in Nacogdoches, election supervisors have been learning how to use the state of the art equipment.
|Disabled try out voting machines for accessibility
"Held, who has only limited use of his hands, found it easy to make his ballot selections by pushing the wheel and the buttons with his fist"