November 7, 2006 | By Derek Slater

More Irregularities in NJ

Reports from New Jersey suggest that voters have had trouble casting votes for Republican candidate for Senate Tom Kean Jr. "The state's Republican Committee says some of the machines were either preset for Democratic candidate Bob Menendez or were inoperable when people tried to cast votes for the challenger Tom Kean Jr."

Of course, similar malfunctions around the country have been reported by voters selecting Democratic candidates, too. We've said it many times before, but it's worth repeating: e-voting is a nonpartisan issue. Machine malfunctions harm all voters.

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