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Friday, November 12, 2004

Conspiracy Theory

Jonathan Calder points us towards an article in The Washington Dispatch that suggests that the electronic voting machines used in Ohio may not have reflected the way that people voted:

"In one voting precinct in Gahanna, Ohio, 4,258 voters supposedly cast an electronic ballot for George Bush while only 260 voted for John Kerry. While it is vaguely possible that over 94% of voters in the precinct supported George W. Bush, it is a hard number to believe considering that only 638 voters were counted at the polling center."

I suppose that we will be hearing a lot more about such things in months to come.

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