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Strategies & Market Trends : Voting Machine Companies

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To: levy who wrote (28)11/16/2000 10:23:26 PM
From: TheLineMan   of 69
 
here's some research from AT&T:
research.att.com

"In addition, if voters are not careful, paper bits called ``chad'' can remain attached to the back of the punch card and work their way back into the holes that were punched. In 1987 it was found that ballots cast in predominantly black wards in the city of St. Louis were more than three times as likely to be improperly punched -- and therefore not counted -- as those cast in predominantly white wards. A federal judge subsequently ruled that the punch card system ``denies blacks an equal opportunity with whites to participate in the political process.'' The judge ordered the city to increase voter education in black wards and count improperly marked ballots by hand
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