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November 20, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
SACRAMENTO -- California's secretary of state on Monday filed a lawsuit to try to force a voting machine company to pay damages for selling unauthorized systems to five California counties. A spokeswoman for Secretary of State Debra Bowen said the lawsuit seeks about $15 million from Elections Systems & Software Inc. of Omaha.
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November 20, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
SACRAMENTO -- California's secretary of state on Monday filed a lawsuit to try to force a voting machine company to pay damages for selling unauthorized systems to five California counties. A spokeswoman for Secretary of State Debra Bowen said the lawsuit seeks about $15 million from Elections Systems & Software Inc. of Omaha.
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December 24, 2005 | From Associated Press
State election officials have told one of the country's largest manufacturers of voting machines to repair its software after problems with vote counts and verification surfaced during California's special election in November. In a letter obtained by Associated Press, Assistant Secretary of State for Elections Bradley J. Clark threatened to start the process of decertifying Election Systems & Software machines for use in California if senior executives didn't address the concerns immediately.
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December 24, 2005 | From Associated Press
State election officials have told one of the country's largest manufacturers of voting machines to repair its software after problems with vote counts and verification surfaced during California's special election in November. In a letter obtained by Associated Press, Assistant Secretary of State for Elections Bradley J. Clark threatened to start the process of decertifying Election Systems & Software machines for use in California if senior executives didn't address the concerns immediately.
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