Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Ohio officials prepare to destroy paper ballots from 2004 presidential election

The Raw Story :
"Ohio officials will soon begin destroying the paper ballots from the 2004 presidential election despite objections from voter rights groups.

'Soon after the 2004 presidential election, questions emerged about how votes were tallied in Ohio, a battleground state that delivered the presidency to George W. Bush,' Ian Urbina writes in a story slated for the New York Times.

'Now, following a routine procedure, state officials are preparing to destroy the paper ballots from the election,' writes Urbina.

'Critics say the ballots should be preserved for more study,' the article continues."
I'm sure they need the room to build more Walmarts, or somesuch...


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