>Joe, this happens *everywhere* - invalid ballots get thrown away, everywhere
>in the country.
>People mention the '96 situation because it shows that 19,000 invalid
>is not unusual for that county.
But you're not getting to the point of the question. That figure is higher
than any other county in Florida. So you have to ask: WHY? *Why* are they so
much higher there than anywhere else?
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