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Argument: A mail-in ballot funded by private interests risks conflicts of interest

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*[http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/politics/orl-newprimary1008mar10,0,5235091.story "Mail-in ballot gathers steam for Florida Democratic primary re-do". Orlando Sentinel. March 10, 2008] - "A mail-in vote paid for by donations also raises worries about fraud if the state does not verify voters' signatures and creates the appearance of a conflict of interest if special interests pay for it, she added." *[http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/politics/orl-newprimary1008mar10,0,5235091.story "Mail-in ballot gathers steam for Florida Democratic primary re-do". Orlando Sentinel. March 10, 2008] - "A mail-in vote paid for by donations also raises worries about fraud if the state does not verify voters' signatures and creates the appearance of a conflict of interest if special interests pay for it, she added."

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