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Re: Pre-Recorded Phone Should be Illegal

John Mayson (
Wed, 03 Nov 2004 00:19:50 GMT

> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: One real, actual problem has been with
> the advance voting allowed in so many states. Florida is a good
> example. A gazillion old people live in Florida and quite a few of
> them have already voted. How the question is you voted last week, then
> you die yesterday or today (as many folks have already done; died, I
> mean.) Do you count the votes or not? Everywhere has a law saying

In Texas the law is clear. Your vote counts. It's no different than
if you dropped dead immediately after voting on Election Day. Once
you've cast your ballot, it's cast.

John Mayson <>
Austin, Texas, USA

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