AP reports that the California Senate has approved a bill that would ban all electronic voting in this fall’s election. This is a more restrictive measure than that proposed by the Secretary of State last week.
Rather than recommend a wholesale ban of touchscreen voting machines in November, a California panel has proposed a freeze on new equipment unless it produces a voter-verified paper audit trail, accelerating the due date for this technology from 2006 to 2004. At least 20 states have introduced legislation requiring a paper audit trail. Oregon, New […]
Wired has reported that two ranking California legislators have asked the Secretary of State to decertify all paperless touch-screen voting terminals before the fall election.