From: Lucas Gonze (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 28 2000 - 15:34:57 PST
I know about as much about Florida counties as I do about chads. My point is
that the machines don't have the same margin of error across the entire state,
and we still don't have manual recounts of the areas with the worst machines, so
the ballots have not been counted and recounted.
> Actually, C, they *have* been counted and recounted. Mostly by
> *machines,* which roughly
> speaking should have the same margin of error across the entire
> My understanding, per Chris Mathews on Charlie Rose last night, is that they
> not the same machines statewide. The machines in the disputed counties just
> didn't work as well. I think the reason is that the disputed counties are
> - Lucas >>
> i hardly think wpb or miami-dade qualifies as "poor." if you want poor in
> florida, hit the panhandle, seat of enigmatic bush support.
> who decides which counties use what machines? or rather, where does the
> buck stop? at the secretary of state?
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