Even though Tuesday's election in Florida went far smoother than the 2000 presidential election, Republicans, Democrats and independent watchdog groups agreed Wednesday that major election reform is needed in the state. "There needs to be massive change in the system in Florida," said Jon Greenbaum, a Washington-based attorney for the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights. "There were tremendous breakdowns in the electoral system. Florida was among the worst states for voting."
Despite Smooth Day at Polls, Lawyers Say Florida Has Work to Do
Daily Business Review
November 4, 2004
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