E-Voting News and Analysis, from the Experts

Sunday December 12, 2004

More e-voting problems

Filed under: — Joseph Lorenzo Hall @ 12:00 pm PST

(I am just going to update this post as I hear of more problems as they are reported in the press…)

These are courtesy of VotersUnite!:

5 Comments »

The URI to TrackBack this entry is: http://www.evoting-experts.com/wp-login.php/wp-trackback.php/wp-trackback.php/wp-admin/wp-trackback.php/wp-trackback.php/wp-trackback.php/63

  1. San Franciso had problems tabulating the results of its supervisor races, due to the new software required to implement ranked-choice voting. The vendor said the software “written with such a large turnout in mind". Turns out it was the same company as used in Broward Co, FL, which couldn’t count past 32,000.

    Comment by Larry — Friday November 05, 2004 @ 7:58 pm PST

  2. At the beginning of Tuesday’s board meeting, election officials gave a
    detailed explanation of vote-counting errors on election night. They
    explained how the results from some early-voting machines were counted
    two or three times, and how others were not counted at all.

    Charlotte Observer,
    (requires free registration)

    Comment by Kathy — Friday November 12, 2004 @ 7:11 pm PST

  3. Freedom to travel in Ukraine
    This information has been confirmed by another listener. She said that in ticket sales offices on Hnatyuk street in Lviv the cashier was extremely friendly to those who were traveling to Kiev, but she did record the passport data…

    Trackback by Emergent Chaos — Thursday December 02, 2004 @ 11:48 am PST

  4. Guilford County’s problem is within the Unity Election Management Software. They use “Unity” version 2.2 which employs Election Reporting Module version 6.3.2.0

    ES&S knew about the limitation of 32,768 votes and put that in a letter to Guilford County BOE. I saw the letter, and it is available at this link:
    http://www.votersunite.org/info/GuilfordESS.pdf

    Please read this letter. The problem is not in the optical scanners in this case.

    Guilford County purchased this Unity Software in 2003.

    Comment by Joyce McCloy — Monday December 13, 2004 @ 9:23 pm PST

  5. Craven County NC uses the same voting machines and also the same version of Unity Election Management software as Guilford County North Carolina.

    Comment by Joyce McCloy — Monday December 13, 2004 @ 9:25 pm PST

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Leave a comment

Line and paragraph breaks automatic, e-mail address never displayed, HTML allowed: <a href="" title="" rel=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <code> <em> <i> <strike> <strong>

(required)

(required)


Powered by WordPress