Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Investigate Electronic Voting Machines  

More disturbing reports of problems with electronic voting machines continue to surface:

a.. In Columbus, Ohio, an electronic voting system reported that Bush received 4,258 votes while Kerry received 260 votes in a precinct where records show only 638 voters cast ballots;

b.. In North Carolina, a machine lost more than 4,500 votes due to a mistaken assumption about the memory capacity of a computer;

c.. In Youngstown, Ohio, and South Florida, numerous voters complained that when they tried to cast votes for Kerry, the machines instead recorded their votes for Bush.

All in all, more than 30,000 complaints have been gathered from across the country. In the midst of such turmoil, it's crucial that an independent authoritative investigation be undertaken to sort this all out.

SOURCE: ActForChange.com

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