NH Ballot Law Commission approved defective vote counting technology in 2006

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These five political appointees approved the machines after they heard four hours of testimony from citizens against the approval.The Commission made their discretionary decision applying no criteria for ensuring the technology they were approving would secure the purity of the vote count. Watch this, and then watch the video showing NH's Diebold representative admitting at the same hearing that the technology is defective.

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