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Voices: Americans Discuss the VoteAired December 1, 2000 - 2:25 p.m. ET
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SCOTT SCHIRIRO, SECURITY TECHNICIAN: I might not vote because of what's going on. They can't get anything correct down there, and it should have been one shot deal.
MARK GADSON, SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER: I voted in because I think that the way -- that's our duty, people died for us to vote, so it's our duty.
MARTIN BONO, ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN: It's obviously involved a lot more people in the process. I think that they're going to look at some things that, maybe, were not exactly the right way to do things, that need to be updated.
LEO THALER, DESIGNER: I will refuse to use a punch card machine.
No, I think by next time, they'll fix the problem. I don't think they'll ever use punch cards again.
JENNIE SYKES-SCHWENK, RETAIL MANAGER: It just keeps driving home that, in America, this is our sacred right to vote, and every person does matter, now more than ever.
RON SANDERS, FEDERAL EMPLOYEE: It certainly brought home the reality that every vote should count. I, actually, have a son in Florida who didn't vote, and I've been on his case for a month now, because it really could have made a difference.
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