TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) _ Florida's optical scan voting machines
are getting a vote of no-confidence.
A government-ordered study finds the devices are still flawed, despite efforts to fix them, and could allow poll workers to tamper with the election results.
Florida's voting system came under fire in the wake of the 2000 Presidential election, where results of the George W. Bush / Al Gore contest eventually wound up in court.
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