"...– Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir, following the “underwhelming” turnout for early voting on Monday (9,932 votes, including mail-in ballots, or 1.34% of registered voters). 4,060 residents voted on Tuesday...."
"...This morning, Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir put out a call for 100 more poll workers needed on Election Day (Nov. 2)..."
"...Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir has been recognized by her peers as the Public Official of the Year. We suspect that the VoteRescue folks would disagree with the "conducting fair and secure elections" statement below – and I have my own reservations about paperless, electronic voting – but I do agree that DeBeauvoir busts her butt to make her office (and our elections) work smoothly...."
"...election systems, it's now also a matter of national security. Yet last week, Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir told county commissioners that she was canceling an initiative to give local voters a revolutionarily and trustworthy system because no firm would step up to design and implement the software and infrastructure it would require. [inset-1-right]..."
"...In the wake of reports on Monday that someone was posing as an election worker and trying to mislead Travis County voters into marking their ballots incorrectly, County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir has put out another press release on dealing with such scummy tactics:..."
"...If you haven't voted early, County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir implores you to do so – if too many people wait until Election Day (Nov. 4) to cast ballots, they may be faced with long discouraging lines...."
"...Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir and Tax Assessor-Collector (and Voter Registrar) Nelda Wells Spears issued a plea today for Hurricane Ike evacuees to make sure they are registered to vote by the Oct. 6 deadline, if they want to vote in the Nov..."
"...Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir said the county needs more workers for the election on Nov. 2 – about 100..."
"...31. Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir expects record turnout at the polls this year, and as we noted in the print issue, she is pleading with people to vote early and avoid what could be a tremendous and discouraging crush late on Election Day...."
"...Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir would really, really prefer that you not wait. She expects turnout for this election to be huge (I believe "tsunami" was the word she used), and she worries that if too many people wait until Election Day, county elections staff and facilities will be overwhelmed – which means you, the dear voter, will be inconvenienced and/or discouraged from voting by long lines...."
"...This just in from Travis County Elections: Election Poll Clerks and Election Night Workers Needed Austin – Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir today put out a final call for Election Day polling place clerks and election night workers. “The election process relies on the active participation of our citizenry,” DeBeauvoir said today..."
"...After averaging only about 5,000-6,000 per day last week, numbers climbed this week up to 11,828 today. Combined with mail-in ballots, a total of 79,503 votes have been cast, or 14.31% of registered voters. County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir said long lines were reported at voting sites today, and she encourages everyone to take advantage of the last day of early voting on Friday, so as to avoid the possible madness on Election Day..."
"...14, defeated City Council candidate Laura Pressley filed two formal complaints with the Texas Sec. of State, accusing Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir of criminal violations of state law in her management of the Jan..."
"...Yesterday, City Council voted 4-3 to go forward with a May contest, despite warnings from Travis County clerk Dana Debeauvoir it would be “far less confusing for voters, and far less challenging” to move to November than to aim for a May contest...."
"...Early voting turn-out in the June 12 ACC and AISD run-offs was dismal enough: No point in making the situation even worse by going to the wrong polling place tomorrow. So Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir has sent out a reminder that the number of polling locations drops from the 195 used in the first round to 117...."
"...Did electronic voting machines fail to properly record votes at the Highland Mall early voting location? Travis County resident Jan Dawes sent an e-mail to the Chronicle worrying that they did, but Travis County Clerk (and elections administrator) Dana DeBeauvoir says no, the machines worked as they should have, and all votes properly cast were recorded...."
"...County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir, who was instrumental in bringing electronic voting to Travis County, said she wants to mollify Slusher, but also reiterated her support for e-voting...."
"...But one good reason to doubt the Republican electronic coup theory of e-voting is that in fact, many of the election officials aggressively pushing for e-voting including Travis Co. Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir are longtime Democrats...."
"..."The rumor is that [County Clerk] Dana DeBeauvoir is blaming the Commissioners Court for not giving her enough funding," said outgoing County Judge Bill Aleshire. "That's no rumor," countered DeBeauvoir..."