Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
From this evenings "Featured" article: "The recount of the 2008 Minnesota Senate race gives us an opportunity to evaluate the accuracy of precinct-count optical-scan voting. Though there have been contentious disputes over which absentee ballot envelopes to open, the core technology for scanning ballots has proved to be extremely accurate."...
Featured - MN: Optical-scan voting extremely accurate in Minnesota LINK
National: All Cost, No Benefit: States Aim to Raise Voting Barriers to Prevent Rare Crime LINK
MN: Franken's request to dismiss Coleman suit is denied LINK
SC: Lexington County - Gaston councilman protests loss by 8 votes LINK
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