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truckin Donating Member (500 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-16-10 01:38 PM
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3. Lipari did write this:
"In the first test case of how we verify election results using New Yorks new paper ballots, the State Judiciary is in the process of setting an egregious precedent Judges are free to nullify audits and recounts in the interests of having a quick decision. In Nassau Countys contested 7th Senate District (SD7) race, two State Courts that have heard the case to date have made very bad decisions. Ruling that even if New Yorks audit laws require a further hand count of paper ballots, accepting the machine results and declaring a winner outweigh the publics right to know who really won the election."

http://www.bolipari.com/boblog/2010/12/count-the-paper/
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