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DC Council Member Uncovers Flaws in Last Week's Voting

Public hearing scheduled for Friday

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    DC Council Member Uncovers Flaws in Last Week's Voting
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    People wait in line to vote on Election Day morning, in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008.

    A D.C. council member who heads a special investigative committee is demanding answers about missing and incomplete voting results.

    Ward 3 Council Member Mary Cheh's staff uncovered several missing or incomplete voting results from several precincts in last week's election, she said.

    Cheh is demanding an explanation from Sequoia Voting Systems -- the private firm that supplies voting machines and software to the city.

    The D.C. elections in September and February also were marred by errors.

    A public hearing on the latest election flaws was scheduled for Friday.