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24 FramesAcademy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has decided to move forward with a plan to develop an electronic voting system for the 2013 Oscars....
Company TownMore troubles at OWN. Netflix stock rises. Sundance's It Girl....
The first California election that Kim Alexander cast a ballot in was a pip; voters decided 16 state propositions -- on creating a state lottery, capping welfare, limiting campaign contributions -- and gave their former governor, Ronald Reagan, a second...
Top of the TicketElectronic voting machines are being blamed for anxiety in Nevada as several early voters are complaining that when they began to cast their ballot Majority Leader Harry Reid's name was already selected. Boulder City resident Joyce Ferrara, who wanted to....
Top of the TicketPhil Windley saw an odd sight Tuesday in the lobby of the office building where he works in Lehi, Utah. He noticed nine voting machines loitering unattended on push carts. Windley knew what they were and how sensitively they should......
Top of the TicketAccuVote-TS voting machines made by Diebold are available on eBay for $1,200 for your voting needs...
Bill Dwyre: Early reports predict knockout win for Manny Pacquiao in Philippines congressional electionThe Fabulous ForumReporting from General Santos City, Philippines -- The polls close in 30 minutes and the congressional candidate is getting a rubdown on the couch. This is Election Day in the Philippines and there are several ways to describe what goes......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSecond of two parts Electronic voting was widely embraced -- with the help of the federal government -- as the cure for inaccuracies in vote counting that roiled the 2000 presidential election. But eight years later, the fix has spawned a new round of...
Tags: Elections, Polls, Electronics, Computer Science, Gaming
NEW VOTING MACHINES, like new computers, are generally faster than old ones. But as every computer user knows, reliability is often more important than speed. And a lot depends on who's using the machine and how. After the debacle with punch-card ballots...
Tags: Elections, Electronics, Gaming, Voting, Science and Technology
The largest concentration of Democrats in swing-state Ohio will cast presidential primary ballots Tuesday in a county fraught with election problems, on a voting system just 74 days old. Election watchdogs are worried that votes in Cuyahoga County,...
Heroism is in eyes of the beholder Re " 'Hero' rings hollow," Opinion, Aug. 3 I have long felt that the term "hero" has become victim of the tendency by politicians to create jingoistic phrases that play well with the public. I was a reserve police...
Tags: Elections, Electronics, Gaming, Death, Primaries
Times Staff WritersThe last day to vote in advance found a long line of voters at the Los Angeles County registrar-recorder's office in Norwalk today, where residents waited patiently to cast their ballots on touch-screen computers. More than 2,000 Los Angeles County...
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