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Ohio 'Paper' Vote System Debuting With Flaws, Researchers Say


February 27, 2008

computing graphic The new voting system that Cleveland and its suburbs will use in tomorrow's primary election has serious flaws that risk greater voter error, say members of a research team from the Universities of Maryland, Rochester and Michigan, who conducted a comprehensive analysis of the technology over the past several years. Full Story

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