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Dynasty_At_Passes Donating Member (254 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-20-05 05:07 AM
Response to Reply #177
178. This one has raised a red flag for me...
Why does Walter Melbane insist that the "voting would have been perfectly accurate" if done on optical scan machines?

Does he know the vendor is ES&S and that a proven demonstration has been done, where a memory card was switched and the votes were switched?

Has he seen the Hursti hack on Black Box Voting?

Does he realize these irregularities were proven on memory cards in both 2000, and 2004?

If and true of the above, how can he possibly indicate 2004 was fair or that those machines would have made 2000 vote fair?
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