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Monica Pignotti: 2015 Not Turning Out Well For Her!

Since 2009, Monica Pignotti has been talking about her book. This book supposedly has examples of her debunking expertise.

Well it is now 2015, the book has yet to appear. 116 more words

Monica Pignotti

Buenos Aires struggling due to e-voting contract award

Buenos Aires has put to the test the adage “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong”, also known as “Murphy’s Law”. Instead of following a safe and transparent process, the capital of Argentina is undergoing an e-voting selection and adoption process that has brought trouble upon it –possibly a lot of trouble. 507 more words

Colombia assesses the risks entailed by 2015 manual elections

2015 is a year with an important electoral calendar for Colombia. Local elections will be held in October (mayors and governors), and during the first half of the year political parties will hold their own internal polls. 341 more words

Gov McAuliffe Announces, New Voting Machines Coming to Virginia

Citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia could be casting their ballots on new voting machines starting November 2015. Governor Terry McAuliffe will ask lawmakers today for 28-million dollars to purcase the machines for nearly 22-hundred precincts. 471 more words

Radio One

Gov McAuliffe Announces, New Voting Machines Coming to Virginia

Citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia could be casting their ballots on new voting machines starting November 2015. Governor Terry McAuliffe will ask lawmakers today for 28-million dollars to purcase the machines for nearly 22-hundred precincts. 471 more words

TJMS

McAuliffe plans to budget $28M for voting machines

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP/WAVY) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe is planning to include $28 million in his budget for new voting machines across Virginia that would create a paper trail for individual votes. 193 more words

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Namibia gave priority to a business with India rather to its voters


Namibia is in the news these days, not only because it will be opening its polling stations on November 28th to renew its Presidency and Legislative Power, but because half of its 2.3 million voters will be Africa’s pioneers in e-voting. 423 more words