Due to the increasing doubts about the reliability of the Deibold voting machines, Jeb Bush & Co. have made available a more secure alternative voting platform, the Florida Election Ballot online. Now, if you are a registered Florida voter or know how to impersonate one online, you can cast your 2004 vote for President using this new service.
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GOP Public Service Announcement: IMPORTANT! Attention: If you are a registered Republican voter and are intending to make use of the online secure voting platform that Gov. Jeb Bush has thoughtfully provided for those who may be unable to either vote in person at their designated polling site or have not yet filed a request for an absentee ballot then this message concerns you.
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