Florida and Beyond

San Francisco Bay Guardian | August 5, 2004
In the wake of the Florida debacle, Congress passed the Help America Vote Act, which provided $3.86 billion to replace ossified punch-card systems with silicon-based voting machines and improve voter education. Now gadflies and activists say the new machines, most notably touch-screen voting terminals, could prove as problematic as their analog predecessors.

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