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"Ringing The Alarm Over Voting-Machine Troubles": The Threat Of A Catastrophic Meltdown In Next Year’s Presidential Election

For those involved in voting rights, concerns about voting machines are hardly new. But a new report from the Brennan Center for Justice rings the alarm in new and noteworthy ways. 560 more words

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Study: 43 States Will Have Voting Machines 10 Years Or Older In 2016

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — A new study finds that 43 states will have voting machines that will be 10 years or older by the time the 2016 election rolls around. 297 more words


Dr. Monica Pignotti Rated: "poor teacher" and "bizarre"

You can read the actual review of Monica Pignotti’s teaching at Florida State University here.

Monica Pignotti, and occasional associate of voting machine “inventor” and “conspiratorial litigant” Larry Sarner has been unsuccessful in landing a tenure track faculty position. 98 more words

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Sneak peak: New voting machines in Va. Beach

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — 10 On Your Side got a sneak peek of the new voting machines that are coming to Virginia Beach.

Brandi Cummings caught up with members of the registrar’s office Thursday morning. 110 more words

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Computer Scientist Gives Virginia Voting Machines F- Security Grade

By Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor

A six year effort by Computer Scientist Jerry Epstein of SRI International has finally achieved fruition in his quest to decertify AVS WinVote Machines for election use due to what can described as extremely broken security measures and weaknesses in its design. 3,569 more words


Electronic Voting - the American Way?

Until Tuesday, the state of Virginia was using what one expert dubbed the “worst voting machine in the US” – one with security so appalling that all it would take to compromise it would be a laptop with a wireless card and some free software.

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City Officials Hoping For New Voting Machines By 2017 Primary

By Mike Dunn

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia officials are focused on getting new voting machines to replace the original crop of electronic machines, now more than a decade old. 257 more words