>From: "Harvey Newstrom" <mail@HarveyNewstrom.com>
>Maybe Florida wasn't the worst state for voting irregularities.
>A new Caltech/MIT study shows that Illinois, South Carolina,
>Idaho, Wyoming and Georgia had higher rates of uncounted ballots.
>Apparently, millions of ballots went uncounted in the last U.S.
>presidential election due to voting problems.
Never thought Florida was the problem, and had no doubt other
states were probably worse, although I hardly think it was
Like someone said during the election "That's ironic, we've got a
Daley lecturing us about voting irregularities."
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