The 14 Primaries Using Paperless Electronic Voting
The following states will vote on paperless voting systems in the 2008 Presidential primaries. Presented in the order of the primary calendar
South Carolina - January 19 (Republican primary) and January 20 (Democratic). South Carolina is paperless statewide.
Florida – January 29. Florida will use only optically scanned paper ballots in the November election, but counties are in various stages of transition.
Arkansas – February 5 (some counties paperless)
Delaware – February 5 (paperless statewide)
Georgia – February 5 (paperless statewide)
Kansas – February 5 (Democratic) and February 9 (Republican). Multiple counties paperless.
New Jersey – February 5. New Jersey has passed legislation to require a voter-verified paper record, but new equipment will not be in place in time for the primary. Most counties will vote on paperless machines. New Jersey is paperless statewide.
Tennessee – February 5 (most counties paperless)
Louisiana - February 9 (paperless statewide).
Maryland – February 12. Maryland has passed legislation to abandon touch screen voting in favor of optically scanned paper ballots by 2010. Maryland is paperless statewide.
Virginia – February 12 (most counties paperless)
Texas – March 4 (some counties paperless)
Pennsylvania – April 1 (Democratic) and April 23 (Republican) (most counties paperless)
Kentucky – May 20 (paperless statewide)
Voting Systems 2007, electionline.org. http://www.electionline.org/Default.aspx?tabid=1099