Voters Urged to Avoid Touch Screen Voting


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(Sacramento, CA)
Tuesday, October 5, 2004
Kim Alexander, the Voter Foundation’s president, says there’s no possibility of an accurate re-count in ten counties where touch screen machines will be used. CUT: KimAlexander07 :07 Alexander says voters should either request an absentee ballot by October 26th, or ask for a paper ballot at their polling station on Election Day. Governor Schwarzenegger’s top spokesman Rob Stutzman says by California’s next general election the problem will be gone. CUT: StutzmanTouchScreen07 :07 Stutzman says the governor remains confident that the November election will be fairly and honestly administered. SOC