New Jersey electronic voting machines susceptible to tampering
A report by Andrew Appel of the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University, which has found electronic voting machines used in New Jersey to be unreliable, has been released by Superior Court Judge Linda Feinburg. Appel spent the summer testing the voting machines that are in use in 18 of New Jersey's 21 counties, and found that within seven minutes the machines can be manipulated to change vote totals, and thus elections. 
Although the findings are here today, these machines will be used in the November 4th presidential election. A lawsuit has been filed by the Coalition for Peace Action to remove all 10,000 electronic voting machines in the state and reinstate paper ballots. The trial is set for January of 2009.