More Florida Voting Problems offers Count Crisis? Elections official warns of glitches that may scramble vote auditing, which begins: “A scathing internal review of the iVotronic touch-screen voting machines used in Miami-Dade and Broward, Fla., counties, written by a Miami-Dade County elections official, has raised fresh doubts about how accurately the electronic machines count the vote. The review, contained in a June 6, 2003, memo that came to light last month, concludes there is a “serious bug” in the voting machine software that results in votes potentially being lost and voting machines not being accounted for in the voting system’s self-generated post-election audit.” Thanks to David Ettinger for the pointer.

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