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NH Primary: Candidates want recount to explain Diebold/handcount discrepancies

Primary Lingers As Recount Looms
From: nashuatelegraph.com
Published: Saturday, January 12, 2008

Telegraph Staff

As if the 2008 primary didn’t have enough surprises, another was added Friday: The first recount in 28 years.

Albert Howard, a chauffeur from Michigan who was the longest of long shots (he got 44 votes on the GOP side), and Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, who received less than 2 percent of the vote, filed their requests Friday.

Each paid a $2,000 fee to start the process…

The recount will start Wednesday. The time and location for the recount will be announced after payment has been received…

According to some independent calculations, Hillary Clinton consistently did several percentage points better in machine-counted precincts, while Barack Obama did better in hand-counted precincts.

Most optical ballot readers are made by Diebold, a company whose electronic voting machines have been the subject of considerable controversy over their accuracy, allegations of a discrepancy led to concern that the surprising results in Tuesday’s primary were somehow manipulated…

The last time New Hampshire did a statewide recount of a presidential primary was in 1980. It partially re-counted the 2004 general election at the request of Ralph Nader. Nader halted the re-count when partial results persuaded him the official count was accurate.

The reporter, David Brooks can be reached at 594-5831 or dbrooks at nashuatelegraph dot com. Associated Press contributed to this report.

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