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So, Sue us!

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In particular, our Legislature heeded the generous advice of the voting-machine makers and, specifically, their lobbyists, and allowed each individual county in New York to pick its own style of voting machine. This was only fair, as the manufacturers spent more than $1 million lobbying state lawmakers to pick their machines. No one should go home completely empty-handed.

But this process had meant more delays and more problems and . . . blah, blah, blah. Bottom line: New York is "the worst," Dan Seligson of Electionline, a national nonprofit group that monitors elections, told our Albany bureau, "New York is now farther away from complying with HAVA than any other state."

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