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Arizona bitten by Y2K in online primary vote

Although the first day of online voting in Arizona doesn't pass without glitches, the state reports record voter turnout and says it expects the rest of the Net vote to go smoothly.

 

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Although the first day of online voting in Arizona doesn't pass without glitches, the state reports record voter turnout and says it expects the rest of the Net vote to go smoothly.

"We tried to think of every conceivable problem, but we didn't expect that so many people would have very old versions of Netscape."

- Joe Mohen, Election.com CEO

 


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