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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

10 years after Bush v. Gore, new concerns about voting "The verdict? Elections are more accurate: There is less chance that voters will make mistakes, and there are safeguards in case they do. Access has been expanded, as millions of people now vote early or by mail. Voters are learning the ropes, but election officials can get overwhelmed. And mistakes still occur — though none so egregious that it has taken a Supreme Court ruling before the election was decided, as was the case in 2000.

For the 2010 elections two weeks from today, the past decade's changes reduce the chances of major disputes at the polls — but don't rule them out. Once again, election officials are keeping their fingers crossed."

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