So much for voter reform

    The voting problems of the past are behind us, right?


    Some four to five million voters failed to have their vote counted in 2008 because of errors and problems, pretty much the same number whose votes were lost in 2000.

    Land of the not-so-free, home of the disenfranchised.

    Hurdles to Voting Persisted in 2008Four million to five million voters did not cast a ballot in the 2008 election because of errors, roughly the same number of voters who encountered such problems in the 2000 election.

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