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A spokeswoman for the machines' manufacturer Omaha, Neb. based Election Systems Services echoed Ramn's defense in a Monday email.
The issue prompted a state District Court Judge to impound all the machines used in the primary and for Hidalgo County Commissioners Court to hold a special meeting Friday during which they discussed hiring an independent analyst to investigate potential tampering.
business owner Eloy Trevio, was less animated discussing the challenges, but said he hadn't seen any proof of voting irregularities.
"I think it's a complete waste of resources," he said. "I think our election administrator provided everyone with an adequate explanation."
"For the individuals who claim to be as politically active as they do, they haven't had any complaints with the machines prior to the election that they lost," he said.
Regardless, Ramn said no one favored an inspection of the machines more than she.
San Juan attorney Jaime "Jerry" Muoz one of the two candidates heading to a runoff in the seven candidate justice of the peace race that Martinez, Rios and Vazaldua are challenging said Monday the election challenges were an "abuse of the system."
District Attorney Rene Guerra, whose office requested the impounding of the machines, did not file an election challenge. Running for his ninth term, Guerra lost the March 4 election to former 92nd state District Court Judge Ricardo Rodriguez.
County Elections Administrator Yvonne Ramn testified extensively at that meeting, conceding the possibility of human error, but strongly defending the work and integrity of her department. She also called the possibility of tampering unlikely.
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"After careful consideration and review of the Statements made by Hidalgo County Elections Administrator Yvonne Ramon on Friday March 21, 2014 I am stating that I am satisfied with her statements and explanations," the letter reads. "Therefore, I have decided to request that my name and support be withdrawn from the letter addressed to you dated March 12, 2014."
"I had told the people that I'm a fighter," said Regalado, who lost to incumbent Sergio Muoz, D Mission, by a margin of more than three to one. "If I had said so many times that I was a fighter, I really had to go out there."
"I am the number 1 (sic) person in favor of a specialist verifying and validating the iVotronic voting equipment," she wrote in a Monday email, using the name of the voting system ES produces.
Just over 9,000 voters cast ballots in the race, with only 2,155 supporting Regalado.
"It would have to be an incredible conspiracy because the source codes and the passwords are not even given to us," she said. "These come from the companies."
"The alleged vulnerabilities took place in laboratory settings with complete unfettered access to the systems," wrote Kathy Rogers, an ES spokeswoman, referencing reports the challenging candidates cited in their letter to county commissioners. "There was absolutely zero physical or procedural security in place which is not how real elections are conducted."
After phone banking for nine weeks and securing the pledges of about 15,000 people who said they'd vote for her, Regalado said, she couldn't believe the results as she saw them streamed in on election night.
EDINBURG Six candidates followed through over the weekend and on Monday with plans to challenge their election losses in the Democratic primary earlier this month.
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Filing their challenges Saturday through Hidalgo County's e filing system New Era Yankees Beanie were Mari Regalado, who ran for state representative; Marla Cuellar, who ran for the County Court at Law No. 8 judgeship; and Rey Ortiz, who ran for 92nd state District Court judge. Paul Vazaldua, who ran for justice of the peace in Precinct 2 Place 2, filed Sunday, and two competitors in that race, Elvia Rios and Hortencia "Tency" Martinez, filed just before the close of business Monday.
"That's everybody's right, I guess," he said. "Nobody that voted for me told me they had a problem, therefore I've got no proof."
"Fifteen minutes after the early vote came in, we knew something was wrong," she said.
275th state District Court Judge Juan Partida who is set to compete in a runoff against former 130th state District Court Judge Fidencio Guerra to withdraw his support for the measure in another letter to the county judge.
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candidates who either lost their elections outright or went to a runoff, raised questions about voting machines either malfunctioning or being tampered with during the election.
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The six challenges all landed in six different state District Courts, but four Cuellar, Ortiz, Regalado and Vazaldua included a provision in their petitions asking that a judge from outside the county hear the case instead. Cuellar, Ortiz and Vazaldua are all represented by a triumvirate of San Antonio attorneys: Jose Garza, Martin Golando and Rolando Rios. Rios alone is representing Regalado, but the language in her petition was identical to the other three.
He also questioned why the candidates, who all cited their desire for election integrity as a motivation for pursuing action, never opposed the voting machines in the nine years since Hidalgo County first started using them.
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