I wonder how many South Carolinians will take this farce to be fact? After all, we're the home of Alvin Greene, Ben Frasier, and other mysterious "Democratic" candidates who, in some precinct cases in that party's 2010 primary, wound up getting more votes than the total number of registered of voters in those precincts -- but still wound up the declared winners of those primary races, as if those elections were valid.
That's Diebold for ya!
And, yes, I know that my state of South Carolina uses Election Systems & Software voting machines, and not ones that carry the Diebold name. But ES&S bought its election systems equipment directly from Diebold in September 2009, shortly before those primary elections in June 2010. So, there - I can claim local relativity.