A Florida official's scathing internal review of iVotronic touch-screen voting machines has raised fresh doubts about such machines' accuracy as the presidential election nears. The memo concludes the software has a "serious bug" that results in votes potentially being lost and voting machines not being accounted for. Electronic voting machines are coming under increasing criticism nationally, and the memo casts a new shadow over their credibility.
Daily Business Review
May 13, 2004
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