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.

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

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