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mgr Donating Member (616 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-15-05 02:08 PM
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65. One countervailing argument to anticipate
As government employee, I am not fond of outsourcing any government functions, but the challenge here will be the issue of budgets.

The beauty of HAVA is that it provided funding to upgrade voting machines, that money once spent may not be provided to eliminate the liability with the DREs, or compilers with secret source codes. This is probably the same argument voting rights issues arise with undercounts due to poor voting machines.

Mike
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