Supporters of candidate Ron Paul had sought to block voting, arguing
that vote-counting machines had fundamental weaknesses, but a federal
judge refused to grant an injunction on Friday. The matter was appealed
to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, which on Saturday
upheld the ruling, said Matt McDermott, attorney for the Republican
Party of Iowa.
I guess the Ron Paul supporters are afraid of an actual not virtual ballot--since stuffing the actual ballot box is much more difficult than stuffing a virtual ballot box.
Not that the Iowa straw poll means a whole lot anyway.
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