- FLORIDA TALKSHOW CALLERS CLAIM MACHINES 'BROKEN', VOTED
FOR MCBRIDE, MARKED IT AS BUSH
- "I voted for McBride, but the machine counted it
as Bush. It did this three times. The polling worker finally said, 'We
have to reprogram this machine. Another person was having the same trouble
while I was there.'"
- So claimed a caller to Southern Florida's WQAM-AM and
the highly-rated radio talkmatch, NEIL ROGERS SHOW.
- "I pushed the screen for McBride and it marked Bush.
They called over a technician, he reset it," claimed a second caller.
- "I'll tell you right now, this election is fixed!"
roared Rogers, who has been in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale market for more
than 25 years. "Based on a few early calls, it is going to be a wild,
- "You have not seen anything yet," warned Rogers.
"It's not even 10:30 in the morning. This is going to be one of the
great disasters of all-time."
- Comments made on the ROGERS SHOW early on Election Day
2000 foreshadowed the voting chaos that fully engulfed the state.
- There is no official confirmation of the new alleged
tech trick glitch as described on WQAM.
- Touch-screen and other new century voting machines made
their full-scale debut today.
- Mid-state, problems have been reported in at least three
6 News reported that the scanners were not working at the Central Florida
Gotha Precinct #101 in Orange County.
- Voters were putting their ballots in a box to be hand-counted,
according to the report.
- The scanners also are not working at the Port St. John
precinct #159 in Brevard County or at precinct #116 in Seminole County
at the St. Albins Church on State Road 426, according to reports.
- Filed By Matt Drudge
- Reports are moved when circumstances warrant
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- (c)DRUDGE REPORT 2002