A Circuit Court Judge upholds California’s ban on the purge-in-a-box known as electronic voting:

The ruling freezes a bid by four California counties and the American Association of People with Disabilities to avoid having to find alternatives to their electronic voting systems come the November presidential elections. Those groups had asked for a temporary restraining order against Secretary of State Kevin Shelley’s decision, which would prevent them from using their e-voting machines. Shelley’s “decision to decertify touch-screen voting machines and to withhold further certification until he is satisfied that manufacturers and counties have complied with specific conditions is a reasonable one,” Judge Florence-Marie Cooper stated in the ruling.

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