By John Gideon on 10/20/2007, 8:00pm PT  

Guest Blogged by John Gideon of

Amodio Worldwide Moving & Storage of New Britain Connecticut has a contract to move the city's voting machines. Gerry Amodio is a candidate for alderman-at-large. The Secretary of State has told the city, "Unequivocally, candidates should not be involved in touching the voting machines in any way." State law is clear that a candidate may not touch voting machines or be in polling places during the election. However the city has decided that Amodio won’t be moving the machines; his employees will be, therefore Amodio’s company will take custody of the voting machines and the city is satisfied that nothing at all will happen. I guess we wait and see....

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