by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
| Jun. 1, 2006
Nationwide, according to the federal commission charged with implementing election reforms, as many as 1 million ballots were spoiled by faulty voting equipment -- roughly one for every 100 cast.
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Using clear words, a neutral tone, balanced argument, and exceptionally thorough sources, this article exposes the terrible state of our electoral process, as exemplified by the 2004 election results. Placing the entire story within the larger context of the American political system makes it obvious that the hallmark of democracy -- an honest and fair election process -- is in great danger of being lost in the United States.