Susan Pynchon

Executive Director, Florida Fair Elections Coalition

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Executive Director and Founder of the Florida Fair Elections Coalition, based in DeLand, near Daytona Beach

Susan Pynchon on KCRW

Seven years ago in the razor-thin presidential election, Florida became famous for butterfly ballots and hanging chads.

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Seven years ago in the razor-thin presidential election, Florida became famous for butterfly ballots and hanging chads.

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