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Reply #19: My recollection of this case is that some judge decided that federal law trumps a state constituion. [View All]

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Bill Bored Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-23-10 11:44 PM
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19. My recollection of this case is that some judge decided that federal law trumps a state constituion.
While this may be true, there's nothing in federal law that bans lever voting machines or that requires software-based voting machines or that is intended to keep voters from knowing that their votes are being counted as cast. Not even the Hack America's Vote Act.

So what do you consider to be a realistic strategy to get actual verified election results in the foreseeable future?

Peace to you too, and I mean that. It's almost Christmas!
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