Election specialists and computer security experts have written a letter to the President advocating election reform and warning against the adoption of internet voting. Computerworld also wrote about the security concerns surrounding the electronic submission of voted ballots. The New Yorker considered the political obstacles to election reform and NPR wrote about the future of the Voting Rights Act. An Cronkite News Service analysis showed a higher rate of provisional ballots in high minority precincts in Arizona. Florida will investigate election problems in five counties. Software errors in the ES&S Model 650 central count scanner has prompted a statewide recount in Montana. Opposition is growing to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s suggestion of ending same day registration and protests grew in Egypt over a referendum to adopt a new constitution.