Friday, February 13, 2004

Florida bans recounts 

I'm going use this post to give a brief lesson in "How To Blog":

Be brief. Stay out of the way of the story, especially these days, when the story is so often appalling and unbelievable and remarkable all by itself.

This post from kos, reprinted verbatim with nothing added, even at the bottom here, is a perfect example:

Florida bans recounts

by kos
Fri Feb 13th, 2004 at 18:54:19 GMT

Well, that's one way to get rid of that pesky "recount" problem down in Florida.

The Department of State has notified elections supervisors that touchscreen ballots don't have to be included during manual recounts because there is no question about how voters intended to vote.

While touchscreen ballot images can be printed, there is no need and elections supervisors aren't authorized to do so, Division of Elections Director Ed Kast wrote in a letter to Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Kurt Browning.

That was easy.


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