Ion Sancho

Leon County Elections Division

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Supervisor of Elections for Leon County, Florida, which includes the state capital of Tallahassee

Ion Sancho on KCRW

Florida’s Senate and Governor races are still too close to call. But they’ll likely go into recounts.

Battle over Florida midterm recount is reminiscent of 2000 presidential election

Florida’s Senate and Governor races are still too close to call. But they’ll likely go into recounts.

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TALKING POINT Many American voting systems have gone from paper ballots to voting machines and now to computers, which are vulnerable to hacking. How secure is the franchise?

Voting security and hacking American elections

TALKING POINT Many American voting systems have gone from paper ballots to voting machines and now to computers, which are vulnerable to hacking. How secure is the franchise?

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In the year 2000, “hanging chads” on Florida's paper ballots put the presidential election in doubt.

Could Voting Machines Steal the Election?

In the year 2000, “hanging chads” on Florida's paper ballots put the presidential election in doubt.

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