Dumping the E-Vote Machines in Miami-Dade
Back to the Future for 2000 Election Mess Ground Zero?
From today's Miami Herald:
Three years after spending $24.5 million to install a controversial touch-screen voting system, Miami-Dade County elections officials have been asked to study scrapping the system in favor of paper-based balloting.
The request from County Manager George Burgess follows the recent resignation of Elections Supervisor Constance Kaplan and the revelation that hundreds of votes in recent elections hadn't been counted.
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