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South Carolina Election Officials Refute Dead Voting Claim

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Apparently, dead men aren't actually voting.

The South Carolina Election Commission on Wednesday disputed claims that more than 900 dead voters cast ballots during the 2010 election.

Election Commission Director Marci Andino testified before the House Election Laws Subcommittee that her staff had confirmed a small sample of the dead voter claims to be false.

Read the whole story at Spring Valley Patch

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