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E-Vote Rigging in Venezuela? | Wired - Aug. 23, 2004 |

The Carter Center, which observed the election and a post-election audit, concluded in a report that the results "reflect the will of the Venezuelan people."

The $112-million optical-scan machines the country had been using were made by Nebraska-based Diebold's Election Systems and Software. The machines malfunctioned so badly on Election Day in 2001 that the government sent an air force jet to Nebraska to fetch ES&S technicians to fix them.

Nothing to Worry. All your votes will be counted by Diebold

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by Oui (Oui) on Tue Apr 25th, 2023 at 08:35:33 PM EST
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