Friday, March 10, 2006

A Rare Instance of Sanity

Maryland House Votes 137-0 To Ban Diebold Touch-Screens

"The Republican Governor there recently slammed Diebold's paperless system, called for paper ballots and announced he had lost confidence in the State Board of Election and its Diebold-supporting Director, Linda Lamone, to carry out a fair election. Then information surfaced that Lamone had allowed MD to use uncertified Diebold software in the 2002 and 2004 elections. Then revelations were made public of massive machine failures in 2004."

Too little and way too late I'm afraid.


Blogger Lesley said...

There are some good Republicans, not many, but some.

12/3/06 2:40 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Some times I'm really disheartened by what's going on but occasionally some little news story makes me feel like a few people are waking up.

13/3/06 11:20 PM  

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