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Multiple Voting Glitches Hold Up Clermont Results

 ChannelCincinnati     November 9, 2005
CLERMONT COUNTY, Ohio Voting glitches in Clermont County are causing delays in ballot tallying, News 5's Jonathan Hawgood reported.

Officials said perforations at the top of a new ballot design jammed the counters, and some ballots were not cut properly, so they had to be fed through the machines more than once.

New software also gave out inaccurate reports and had to be corrected, Hawgood reported said.

Several write-in candidates in more than half of the county's 200 precincts had to be counted by hand, slowing down the process, elections officials said.

"We want to assure our voters that accuracy is our primary concern," a statement from the Board of Election said. "Slowly, but surely, we will provide 100 percent accurate results."

As of Wednesday morning, 25 percent of the county's precincts had not been counted, Hawgood reported.

Stay tuned to News 5 and refresh ChannelCincinnati.com for more details.

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