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Are US elections conducted fairly?

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Submitted by Elmer Eisner (United States), Aug 16, 2004 at 23:40

I do not think that UN observers at our elections are the answer. But the 2000 presidential election surely cast doubts on the fairness of our current election process. Witness the purging of the Florida voter lists (Unintentionally, of course?) and the failure to address the computer voting mess, without paper trails, as evidence that claims of fairness are hardly credible. ....
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