Advancement Project, NAACP National Voter Fund and Voter Action July 2009 report "Uncovering the Flaws in Election Administration: A Joint Report on the 2008 Election Based on CNN and MYVOTE1
Voter Hotline Data"
Common Cause report "Voting in 2008: 10 Swing States"
GAO Report, Sept. 2008: Elections: Federal Programs for Accrediting Laboratories That Test Voting Systems Need to Be Better Defined
"Standards for accreditation of labs that test voting machines inconsistent,"
Jill R. Aitoro, nextgov.com, Sept. 10, 2008
UC Computer Scientists Release Video on How to
Hack a Sequoia Touch-Screen Voting Machine, BradBlog.com, 9/9/08
Vendors are undermining the structure of U.S. elections: A VotersUnite report on the current situation and how to reclaim elections--in
2008 and beyond" by Ellen Theisen. Watch Lou Dobbs' August 20 coverage:
Dr. Rebecca Mercuri's
testimony, Election Assistance Commission (EAC) Roundtable, April 24, 2008
Brad Friedman's testimony, Election Assistance Commission (EAC) Roundtable, April 24, 2008
Bev Harris's testimony, Election Assistance Commission (EAC) Roundtable, April 24, 2008
Pennsylvania: The Worst Place to Vote in America, by Bev Harris of Black Box Voting, OpEdNews.com, April 14, 2008
Dan Rather Reports, No. 227, HD.net, "The Trouble with Touchscreens"
The Kudzu Effect: The Voting-Industrial Complex Chokes Our Democracy by The Free Press, Jan./Feb. 2008
Miami-Dade County's experience: Touch Screen (DRE) vs. Optical Scan by Mike Doyle, Retired Research Scientist
California Top to Bottom Review of Voting Technology
CA Secretary of State Debra Bowen’s decisions issued August 3, 2007, following the top-to-bottom review of voting machines used in California, team reports
Open Letter to CA Secretary of State Bowen by Rebecca Mercuri, July 27, 2007
How we got into this mess: "Democracy Reloaded" by Michael Collins, July 24, 2007
Congress Urged to Address Security and Reliability of Voting Machines by Lawrence Norden of Brennan Center, May 7, 2007>>
New Government Accountability Office (GAO) Report: "Elections: All Levels of Government Are Needed to Address Electronic Voting System Challenges,"
March 7, 2007
MD Federation of Republican Women Testimony in Favor of Optical Scan, Feb. 22, 2007
Improving Access to Voting: A Report on the Technology for Accessible Voting Systems
By Noel Runyan
February 14, 2007
"Most currently deployed voting systems, including direct-recording electronic
(DRE) systems, do not meet current HAVA and ADA disability accommodation
Statewide Databases of Registered Voters: Study of Accuracy, Privacy, Usability, Security, and Reliability
Issues commissioned by the U.S. Public Policy Committee of the Association for Computing Machinery, February 2006
New Mexico goes for all paper ballots and optical scan after problems with Danaher and Sequoia machines.
Miami-Dade County's experience: Touch Screen (DRE) vs. Optical Scan by Mike Doyle
Slots vs. DREs by Mike Doyle
Report on our Danaher voting machines
compiled by New Castle County, Delaware, Department of Elections,
June 22, 2004