Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Sarasota Co Florida Supervisor of Elections, Kathy Dent, intends on holding a mock election which will minimally test the new voting system being purchased by the county. This system has still not been federally certified by the EAC, though that is not a Florida requirement. The county will not test accuracy to ensure use of the voting system complies with the Help America Vote Act of 2002. Instead they will do a minimal test on tabulators, modems, and other parts of the system. How can voters of the county be assured that their voting system is accurate when the system has never been tested to ensure that accuracy?...
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