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To: levy who wrote (56)2/7/2001 11:42:56 AM
From: Jay Arkay
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GLE was formerly the symbol for Gleason Corp. on NYSE, which stopped trading some time ago. GLE is also the symbol for Global ThermoElectric on the TSE. What you need to specify is GLE on AMEX, and that should produce Global Election System. Some of the quotation services may be behind in updating their symbols (though they should not) since Global started trading on AMEX just on Monday. If your quote service does not yield Global under this symbol, try a different quote service. Hope that helps.

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To: Jay Arkay who wrote (57)2/7/2001 12:15:46 PM
From: levy
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this says amex

siliconinvestor.com

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To: levy who wrote (58)2/7/2001 1:22:38 PM
From: Jon Tara
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Jay, the price and exchange are right, but everything else (company name, news) are wrong. You might try reporting to SI, but with their recent personnel cuts - good luck!

Try Yahoo - they have the correct information.

The GLE shares showed-up in my TD Waterhouse account on Tuesday morning. (Waterhouse only shows the previous day's holdings and prices, which is pretty darn annoying...)

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To: levy who started this subject2/8/2001 6:57:02 PM
From: Tom Clarke
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This article may be of interest

Players hoping to become big election technology providers are Votehere.net, Election.com, Safevote, and an assortment of hardware manufacturers, systems integrators, networking companies, and digital security companies. And then there are giant companies, such as IBM, which have plenty of resources to effectively take on the market. While startups like Votehere.net and Election.com have first-mover advantage, Ms. Bonsall says, "States may decide to wait it out to see if some of the big companies come in and trump what's out there."

redherring.com

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To: levy who started this subject9/4/2004 6:23:17 PM
From: KLP
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This board definitely should stay open for the 2004 election! This should give us some history....

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To: KLP who wrote (61)9/13/2004 3:12:46 AM
From: KLP
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Note: go through the past notes here....

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To: KLP who wrote (62)10/11/2004 12:36:38 AM
From: Neeka
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Waiting.....watching.

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To: Neeka who wrote (63)10/11/2004 1:47:02 AM
From: KLP
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I still think the #2 pencils and blank round dots would solve much of the problems.... They seem pretty idiot proof.... And somehow, even if the Afghans had some trouble with the ink they used, maybe it would be a good idea here as well....Just like a stamp to a show of some sort...The ink on those stamps seem to last a couple of days....

Have ink on your hand....no voteee twice, or three times, etc...

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To: KLP who wrote (64)10/11/2004 11:53:03 AM
From: Neeka
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I finally picked up that subtle fact the other night while reading the story to my hubby.

The other candidates have dropped their boycott of Afghan elections.

I like the idea of ink, but it wouldn't stop mail in fraud.

A friend told me that the people of Florida received voting instructions last week. Can't see how there could be any exuses. They need a head start for sure.

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From: Sidney Reilly11/21/2004 1:37:52 PM
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"An investigation into the surprisingly-sordid history of America’s election services industry has revealed that executives and owners of the two largest companies, E S & S and Sequoia Pacific, have been convicted of bribery and suborning public officials in more than a dozen states."

madcowprod.com

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