A legal center and voting integrity group have teamed up to send a message to secretaries of state around the country warning them that voting machines they use could be susceptible to the same kinds of problems that voters in West Virginia, Tennessee and other states have recently experienced.
The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University and the Verified Voting organization sent a fax to secretaries of states on Monday urging them to follow West Virginia's lead and re-calibrate touch-screen machines each morning during early voting and on election day. Last week voters in several West Virginia counties reported that ES&S's iVotronic touch-screen machines were flipping their votes from Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama to Republican rival John McCain. West Virginia Secretary of State Betty Ireland addressed the problem by directing the 34 West Virginia counties that use the touch-screen machines to re-calibrate them each morning.
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