NewsBusters points out that the ousted Honduran president had voting results
for an election which was never held. Former president Zelaya violated the Constitution by proposing staying in office longer, and he wanted voters to approve the proposal. He was ousted before the election was held, but babalú blog
pointed out that a Catalan newspaper
[spanish] reported that computers were found in the presidential palace with votes for the nonexistent election. About 45 computers are involved. The type of computers and their software have not been mentioned.