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Did Electronic Voting Machines in the 2000 and 2004 Elections Give an Advantage to a Particular Political Party or a Candidate from a Particular Party?

Did Electronic Voting Machines in the 2000 and 2004 Elections Give an Advantage to a Particular Political Party or a Candidate from a Particular Party?
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  • It Was Equal

    Neither of the two main political parties, nor any particular candidate for national office benefitted from the use of electronic voting machines. Frankly, the electronic machines used make easier to count the votes. Plus, anyone bent on cheating with respect to votes probably has a harder time doing so with electronic ballots.

  • Voting machines can't give favor to an election, only people can

    In elections, ballots are counted the same, one for one. People will vote the same way regardless of the method of voting. In this case, many have claimed a conspiracy that somehow the voting machines swayed elections. There is no basis for this claim, as if this had been the case, it would have been found out and made national news.


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