Articles tagged with: Diebold AccuVote voting machines
Anchorage election: Former election coordinator calls for full handcount; voters file for handcount & audit
Former municipal election coordinator Guadalupe Marroquin calls for a full hand count of every precinct’s ballots from the the April 3 Municipal election; and an application for a hand count of 15 precincts and full audit of the election has been been filed with the Municipal Clerk. The Anchorage Assembly meets today (Thursday, May 3) at 5 PM in the Loussac Library on whether to certify the election.
Anchorage Election Commission ignores broken security seals, recommends no independent investigation on broken election
Following its hastily-called two-day “special meeting,” the Municipal Election Commission on Wednesday issued its report recommending that the Anchorage Assembly certify the bollixed April 3 municipal election and recommending against an independent investigation of the election’s numerous irregularities — including broken security seals.
Anchorage Election Commission special meeting of April 21: Holding Duke accountable on “ignore broken security seals” instruction
Giving only two days’ notice, Assembly chair Ernie Hall announced on Thursday, April 19, that the Anchorage Election Commission would hold two special meetings to get further information about April 3 election irregularities. Here’s my report on Saturday’s meeting, and on the first mainstream media report on Deputy Municipal Clerk Jacqueline Duke’s instruction to election workers to ignore broken security seals on voting machines.
Anchorage election: Duke confirms she told election workers not to worry about broken security seals on voting machines
Anchorage Deputy Municipal Clerk Jacqueline Duke has confirmed an election worker’s report that she instructed election workers not to worry about broken security seals on the Diebold AccuVote voting machines used in the April 3 Anchorage election, according to a story published this morning on The Brad Blog. Duke’s instruction directly contradicts instructions in the election handbook, and creates additional questions about the integrity of the election process.
On Friday, April 13, I I was one of many concerned Anchorage voters who went to the Anchorage Assembly chambers in the Loussac Library to observe the Assembly’s work session on the numerous irregularities of the April 3 municipal election.