Avoiding a Repeat of the 2000 Election

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Fears of another debacle are prompting nationwide efforts to "Florida-proof" this November's presidential election. But the obstacles are much bigger than concerns about touch-screen voting machines. Is your community prepared for the presidential election?


Tom Fiedler, executive editor, The Miami Herald

Doug Chapin, director of Electionline.org, a non-partisan Web site providing news and analysis on election reform

Paul DeGregorio, commissioner of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, an independent bipartisan agency created by the Help America Vote Act of 2002

Bev Harris, executive director of Black Box Voting, a non-profit, non-partisan consumer research group



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