PSA: Super Duper Tuesday voting machines could be at risk

Joshua Topolsky
J. Topolsky|02.05.08

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PSA: Super Duper Tuesday voting machines could be at risk

Attention voters: if you're casting your ballot for a special someone on this Super Duper Tuesday, you might want to hear what the folks over at Common Cause have to say. The nonpartisan, nonprofit voting machine watchdog wants you to know that six out of the 24 states involved in the presidential primaries today are using voting machines that are at "high risk" for malfunction or tampering. In all, 17 states have some risk factor -- based on the advocacy group's rating system -- though the machines in Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, and Tennessee are the most likely to give the votes to Darth Vader, Dr. Evil, or Lord Voldemort. You have been warned.
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