Steven Rosenfeld

AlterNet

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Reporter and editor covering democracy issues for AlterNet, and author of Count My Vote: A Citizen’s Guide to Voting; former reporter on money and politics for NPR, Marketplace and Monitor Radio

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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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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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