Now Florida Governor Jeb Bush says the secretary of state’s office should take a closer look at those concerns.
Ion Sancho conducted some tests, to see if a computer expert could hack into the voting equipment used in Leon County. That hacker was able to easily change votes and totals.
The governor says while the secretary of state’s office and Sancho have not had a great relationship in the past, Sancho’s concerns should at least be considered.
Leon County this week decided to dump the voting equipment distributed by Diebold, which is still used in 29 other counties.
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