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EDITORIAL DESK | August 8, 2004, Sunday

Editorial Observer; Rolling Down the Highway, Looking Out for Flawed Elections

By ADAM COHEN (NYT) Editorial words
Late Edition - Final , Section 4 , Page 10 , Column 1

DISPLAYING FIRST 50 OF WORDS - The elections director of Mohave County, Ariz., was so proud of his new electronic voting system that Bev Harris barely had the heart to point out its vulnerabilities. But she did, and before long she was ticking off the ways that she said an outsider could hijack his central tabulator...



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