|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Voting (was:Re: why we need Free Software voting
Here's another election "anomaly":
There are 46,000 persons registered in both Florida
and New York (which is against the law), by far the most
of whom are registered Democrats. http://www.eagleforum.org
(Oct 27 column I think) This was reported, the above cite states, in the
NY Daily News.
Regarding the Diebold machines, &c:
Moreover, the various issues with the Diebold machines
and others have been discussed e.g. comp.risks and if the
Democratic party ever objected, I have seen no report of
such. I mean, months ago, even years.
>From c.r. 23.32 (earlier 2004)
Some of America's largest civil rights organizations have lined
up with the Republicans on this subject. They support 'paperless'
voting technology. No fuss, no muss....
They are: Meg Smothers, Executive Director of the League of Women
Voters of Georgia, Wade Henderson, Executive Director of the Leadership
Conference on Civil Rights, Jim Dickson, Vice President, American
Association of People with Disabilities, and Larry Gonzalez, Director,
National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.
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