Ohio: the Campaign Endgame (Guest Voice)


Nate Beeler, The Columbus Dispatch


Ohio: the campaign endgame (via GlobalPost)

Allegations swirl that Ohio votes will be counted using experimental software, maintained by a firm with ties to Romney. Jean MacKenzie COLUMBUS, Ohio — Hurricane Sandy might have decimated the East Coast, but a whirlwind of a different sort is about to descend on this normally placid midwestern…



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2 Comments

  1. I’ll say it again, the electoral college system is just crappy. The only reason this is even an issue is because of it. The only reason 80% of the states are largely ignored while 10% of the states get all the attention from the candidates is because of it. If the office of the President was decided by a popular vote like EVERY other elected office, this would not be an issue. The 2000 vote and the shenanigans that went on in Ohio during the 2004 election, where with a relatively little effort, the election can be tilted one way or the other is just a shame. How many elections do we have to deal with this crap before we do something, something really simple, about it?

  2. Rigging elections? What are they trying to do, de-evolve from political voting to political shooting? Who’s stupid idea was that anyway?

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