Alisa Ulferts

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When she was Florida's Secretary of State, Katherine Harris said electronic voting machines would end her state's embarrassing problems with the electoral process.

Another Voting Fiasco in Florida?

When she was Florida's Secretary of State, Katherine Harris said electronic voting machines would end her state's embarrassing problems with the electoral process.

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