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November 11, 2012 12:00 AM

Vote-counting expert, former voting machines’ technician detail possible missteps in Richland County’s election

Planning Richland County’s 2012 election didn’t require rocket science, yet the ship exploded.

Inside: View a list of how many machines each precinct should have received based on the number of registered voters.

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