CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 24, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Computerized vote count methods featured; details given, scenes shown. [Princeton spokesperson Howard J. STRAUSS - says vote fraud could be easily accomplished.] Contested election in Elkhart, IN, recalled. [Cand. Richard Bodine's attorney David STUTZMAN - comments on vote fraud.] [Federal Election Commission spokesperson Penelope BONSALL - comments on improbability of vote fraud.] [STRAUSS - says president election could be thrown.] National Bureau of Standards report quoted on screen. [STRAUSS - urges stricter regulations.]
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