Don't be surprised if there's great suspense during this November's Presidential election.
Remember the hanging-chad mess from Florida in 2000?
In an effort to avoid a repeat of that fiasco, the government had a three-billion plan to upgrade voting technology. But an Associated Press investigation found thousands of touchscreens sitting in warehouses because officials are worried about hackers and technical glitches. That means more Americans might cast their ballots on paper this fall than in any other election in U.S. history.
Can anyone say "Hanging Chad II."