Saturday, November 18, 2006

Cheaper, Better, Accurate Elections

Oregon's Secretary of State, Bill Bradbury, explains in tomorrow's Washington Post how that state's vote-by-mail system works. It's 30 percent cheaper, voter turn-out is a nationwide high of 70 percent (and higher in presidential election years), it's convenient for working citizens, fraud-free, and it leaves a paper-trail to make recounts easy and accurate.

No wonder it will never be adopted in Florida. It makes too much sense.

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