does Diebold have 'quadruple redundancy'?

From: Kathy Dopp <kathy_at_uscountvotes_dot_org>
Date: Mon Aug 15 2005 - 21:30:32 CDT

Utah's Lt. Governor is telling stories to Utah's county commissioners,
to push Diebold DREs - i.e. saying that the CA tests only had one
machine with 19 screen freezes, that a MA-based "Association of People
with Disabilities" has threatened to sue Utah if we purchase the
AutoMARK opscans rather than Diebold DREs, etc.

He is claiming that Diebold DREs have "quadruple redundancy" - that
there are 3 computer chip records of every vote plus the paper trail.

What is the truth? Please help me with some facts if you know any to
rebut his claim.

Thank You. I'm speaking with my county commissioners on Wednesday and
need to rebut his stories.

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