(Why can’t I come up with clever titles? Sigh.)

Yesterday’s primary in Maryland was plagued by all kinds of problems with the new (Diebold) election equipment. Ohio election experts wonder if we face the same fate.

Voters in Baltimore and suburban Washington had to wait or were turned away from the voting booth because computer cards were not delivered to several precincts. While those mistakes apparently were caused by human error, Huefner said, Ohioans should not discount the possibility that similar checks and balances might be overlooked as many voters encounter electronic machines for the first time.

Does Ken Blackwell have a backup plan? Remember his claims that the 2004 election “went well”?

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