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There was the 2000 cliffhanger with its manual recounts, dimpled chads and butterfly ballots, and seven-hour waits in 2012 that shamed a Republican Legislature into expanding early voting days and locations.
The momentum was lost amid the confusion about hanging chads and eventually the presidency of George W. Bush.
The bill would drive a stake through the heart of paperless voting America's approach to elections has changed dramatically since 2000, when butterfly ballots and hanging chads threw a presidential election into chaos.
But hanging chad, butterfly ballots, electronic voting glitches and the 2000 presidential election have changed voter perceptions dramatically.
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Definition of Chad
Chadianplay \ˈcha-dē-ən\ adjective or noun
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