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Dutch abandon e-voting

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

Engadget has the story, and the background.

Thanks to my friend John Sciarrino for the heads up via our Facebook group.

More to come on electronic voting machines in next Tuesday’s vlog, when I’ll go to Sacramento to visit with California Secretary of State Debra Bowen.

One Response to “Dutch abandon e-voting”

  1. AllAboutVoting Says:

    Here is the Slashdot coverage.

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