AP: Electronic Voting Machine Gave Bush 4,258 Votes in a Precinct Where Only 638 Voters Actually Voted
Who really won the election last Tuesday?
According to this article at CNN.com, a voting machine in Franklin County, Ohio, gave 4,258 votes to Bush and 260 votes to John Kerry. The only problem is this: only 638 people actually voted there.
It is unclear if any other voting machines in Ohio had similar problems.
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