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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
The state of New Mexico has a couple recounts that must be done because of close election results in those races. Previously recounts were accomplished by rereading the memory cards. One candidate in one of the recounts protested this means of finding out the real results of the election. The Secretary of State has now changed the process and the paper ballots will now be recounted. This will happen for all ballots except those from two Cibola County precincts where the ballots came up missing. Those two precincts will have their memory cards read and the Attorney General is considering an inquiry into what happened to the missing ballots....
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