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Originally posted by mapsurfer_
reply to post by schrodingers dog
Maybe God is the ultimate hacker here. Humans are not in control of their own destinies. It doesn't really matter who win really.. Life will go on like normal.
Originally posted by Mercenary2007
It does make a little sense that ol' Hugo Chavez would want to interfere with the U.S. Elections though. With his mind set he sees McCain as a 3rd term of Bush and he probably thinks the U.S. is going to bomb Venezuela back to the stone age.
Wednesday's tests were simple. Election workers took 262 ballots previously rejected by the machines as over- or under-votes in the judicial race and ran them through two machines. All of them should have been rejected again in the tests.
That didn't happen.
On the first two tests of 160 ballots, the machines accepted three ballots as good votes. On tests on 102 more ballots that should have been rejected, the machines first accepted 13 ballots as good votes and then 90 on a second run.
Representatives from Sequoia Voting Systems were not at the test and could not be reached to comment Wednesday night.