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November 04, 2006

Techdirt: California E-Voting Machines Let You Vote Early And Often

Link: Techdirt: California E-Voting Machines Let You Vote Early And Often.

At what point do we wake up from this e-voting story nightmare and have someone reassure us it was only a dream? Every day, there's yet another story about how badly screwed up these machines are. Today, we've got a treat, as it's not actually about Diebold, but their competitor, Sequoia Voting Systems. It turns out that on the back of some of their machines used in California, there's a little yellow button. If you push it, you can vote multiple times by switching the machine to "manual" mode.

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