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Local Editorial: Montgomery elections board ignores voting anomalies

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On Monday, Montgomery County's Board of Elections received credible evidence of voting anomalies, but Chairwoman Mary Ann Keeffe insisted that investigating them was not the board's job. One complaint involved problems with the county's Diebold touch-screen voting machines. In 2011, researchers at the Argonne National Laboratory reported that it was "ridiculously easy" to flip votes using $10...

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