What if Hurricane Sandy had waited a week to strike the East Coast? There’s no contingency plan in place for rescheduling an election if a storm or terrorist attack wiped out power in multiple states while voting was taking place. Says one expert: “We’ll ignore it until it happens, and when it happens, we’ll figure it out.”» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
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