August 06, 2007

"Voting inquiry finds reasons to dig deeper"

The South Florida Sun Sentinel offers this report on the FL-13 controversy, which begins: "Federal investigators have found several potential shortcomings in previous state and local reviews of the disputed election results in Sarasota Count''s November election, keeping them from ruling out the prospect that the touch-screen voting machines were compromised. While the investigators from the Government Accountability Office told Congress on Friday that they do not have a 'smoking gun' to explain what went wrong, the issues they discovered have spurred the GAO to dig deeper in its inquiry, they said."

Posted by Rick Hasen at August 6, 2007 11:08 AM