Skip to comments.Election eve lawsuit in Columbus questions vote counting software
Posted on 11/06/2012 11:29:49 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
COLUMBUS -- A judge is weighing claims today that software Ohio plans to use to speed vote counting could make equipment vulnerable to having ballots altered.
An attorney who brought the lawsuit says the software is being used at election boards in 25 of Ohio's most populous counties.
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The voting has already started. I don’t expect this judge to stand for the law.
Gee, the ability to simply change the results with the push of a button sure beats having to cheat for votes one by one.
Here we go!!
UPDATE: Judge rejects claim that Ohio election software is vulnerable (Columbus Dispatch)
“Federal judge Gregory Frost said in a ruling today that the elections activist who raised the allegation has shown zero chances of succeeding if the case went to trial.
Frost said Bob Fitrakis, a Green Party candidate for Congress in the Columbus-area 3rd District, presented only theories and opinions that the software might cause voting night irregularities.”
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