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diva77 Donating Member (999 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-30-10 02:52 AM
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4. Every precinct could easily have a 100% audit of the vote count if counties did sort & stack
hand counting of paper ballots. The costs would be miniscule compared to software & audits -- simply merge summoning of citizens for handcounting on election night with the jury-summoning system.

It seems outrageous that people ignore as a first resort what they ultimately resort to when they want to find the TRUE results -- that is, a public hand count of votes cast in secret on paper ballots.
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