Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean is asking the head of a voting machine company to quit raising money for President Bush. The chairman of the Ohio-based Diebold Company has become involved in raising money for President George Bush’s re-election,and Democratic presidentail candidate Howard Dean says that’s wrong. Dean contends the head of a voting machine company should give up his or her First Amendment rights to ensure there’s no question as to whether elections are run fairly. Dean suggests by making statements that he wants to help ensure President Bush’s re-election, the chairman of the Diebold Company is compromising the integrity of the voting process.
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