The stolen-election myth

David Corn's piece in The Nation should put to rest the paranoid theory that the Republicans stole the presidential election by manipulating electronic votes. It finds the Internet-spawned conspiracy theories wanting. At the same time, he agrees that there were "troubling instances of bad electronic voting." And he concludes, quite rightly, that the entire vote-counting system is in need of overhaul.

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