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Bill Bored Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Mar-01-09 06:00 PM
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44. You are wrong. Here's why:
Edited on Sun Mar-01-09 06:40 PM by Bill Bored
The use of "voting system" within HAVA is entirely consistent.

The Accessibility subsection says the voting system must meet the accessibility standard by having one accessible device per polling place -- not even per precinct. There is NOTHING inconsistent with this and the definition of "voting system."

Nothing in HAVA rules out the voting system currently used in NY which comprises:
1. Lever machines
2. Accessible ballot marking devices
3. Permanent paper records produced by that voting system
4. Procedures to produce those records

It couldn't be more straightforward.

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