Richland County legislators’ hand-picked election director ignored warnings in 2012 and failed to deploy all of the county’s voting machines and failed to make sure the ones she did deploy were actually working, leaving some voters standing in line for two, four, six, eight hours — and causing untold others to give up without voting
Richland County legislators’ hand-picked election director ignored warnings in 2012 and failed to deploy all of the county’s voting machines and failed to make sure the ones she did deploy were actually working, leaving some voters standing in line for two, four, six, eight hours — and causing untold others to give up without voting Kim Kim Foster-Tobin kkfoster@thestate.com
Richland County legislators’ hand-picked election director ignored warnings in 2012 and failed to deploy all of the county’s voting machines and failed to make sure the ones she did deploy were actually working, leaving some voters standing in line for two, four, six, eight hours — and causing untold others to give up without voting Kim Kim Foster-Tobin kkfoster@thestate.com

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