Friday, August 27, 2004

Florida Judge Susan Kirkland has ruled that state law clearly contemplates "that manual recounts will be done on each certified voting system, including the touchscreen voting systems."

However, Florida's Secretary of State Glenda Hood, who issued legislation preventing manual recounts in touchscreen counties, may appeal this ruling. Yes, you heard this correctly, the Secretary of State of Florida may appeal a judge's decision that manual recounts be made possible to comply with existing state law.

Still think "FLA 2000" can't repeat? Read this.

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