Daily Review Online reports:
After possibly the most extensive testing ever on a voting system, California has rejected Diebold’s flagship electronic voting machine because of printer jams and screen freezes, sending local elections officials scrambling for other means of voting.
“There was a failure rate of about 10 percent, and that’s not good enough for the voters of California and not good enough for me,” said Secretary of State Bruce McPherson.
Good. I hope the rest of the country (yeah, I’m looking at you, Ohio) gets emboldened by this decision.