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Florida / Voting Problems #761067

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 29, 2004
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(Boston: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Miami: Mark Strassmann) Continuing questions about the reliability of Florida’s new touch-screen voting machines, prompting concerns about an election disaster like that in 2000, featured; details given of data that was lost in recent elections in Miami-Dade County; states that will use the machines in the November election listed; statement from manufacturer Election Systems & Software quoted. [Miami-Dade Elections Office Seth KAPLAN†- says it’s not appropriate to guess whose fault it might have been.] [Miami-Dade Election Reform Coalition Lida RODRIGUEZ-TASEFF†- says we are dealing with machines that nobody understands.] [Electionline.org Doug CHAPIN†- says any problem will probably be front-page news.]

Rather, Dan;
Strassmann, Mark

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