Pennsylvania Court Rulingposted on: Dec 21 2009
A federal judge has sided with the provider of Mercer County’s former voting machine system in a breach of contract suit.
A federal judge has sided with the provider of Mercer County’s former voting machine system in a breach of contract suit.View Entire Article Here
Public officials in New Jersey and Pennsylvania struggle to retrofit electronic voting machines to provide a paper record after voters cast ballot.
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Voters in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania say touch-screen voting machines used during November's election show more ballots than voters.
Mac Booker's videocam moves in for what is arguably the world's least-dramatic closeup in a Youtube video.View Entire Article Here
Northampton County won a nearly $2 million judgement Friday against a company that sold it faulty voting machines in 2006.
Just don't look for the county to collect the money any time soon.View Entire Article Here
Northampton can't reach firm that sold faulty equipment.
Sitting in a storeroom at Northampton County's voter registration office are 600 worthless voting machines the county paid $2.1 million to get.View Entire Article Here