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December 19, 2003

Black Box Voting

If you’ve been trying to follow the continuing saga of electronic voting machines, as I have, it’s pretty hard to keep track. The scandalous revelations about the operations of the leading manufacturers, like Diebold just keep coming and coming and coming.

Finally, there’s a site dedicated to keeping tabs on the whole affair. It won’t be joining my blogroll any time soon (it’s just too painful to read regularly), but it’s good to know that it’s there…

Posted by distler at December 19, 2003 2:27 PM

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Re: Black Box Voting

I think you are linking to the wrong site.

BlackBoxVoting.ORG is a site dedicated to addressing the problems with the election voting machines.

blackboxvoting.COM (that you link to) is an anti-BlackBoxVoting.ORG web site.

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