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After the 2004 presidential election, when the pivotal state of Ohio went for Republican George W. Bush despite exit polls suggesting a victory for Democratic challenger John Kerry, conspiracy theories floated around the Internet about whether voting machines manufactured by Diebold, whose CEO was a major Bush donor had been rigged to miscount votes. Ten years later, conspiracy theories are floating around Maryland that the state's electronic voting machines, also manufactured by Diebold, are rigged to benefit Democrats. During the early voting period, which ended on Thursday, the state Board of Elections, the Maryland Republican Party and the Hogan gubernatorial campaign received a...

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