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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Mark Ritchie
With Minnesota's new online voter registration system in legal limbo, state lawmakers on Tuesday started mapping out a backup plan.
"The takeaway is that it was a limited test with the ability to move some information digitally in one direction and in some very small precincts in a very light election and with many different vendors," Ritchie said in a phone interview Thursday. "The true test is in a regular turnout election."
Secretary of State Mark Ritchie said a higher turnout election would offer a better handle of the costs versus benefits.