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State Attorney Probes Vote in St. Pete

Monday, 20 November 2000 12:00 AM

The problems were caught and supposedly corrected during the county's recounting.

The canvassing board said they may have been counted twice – or not at all.

County Judge Patrick Caddell, chairman of the Pinellas County Election Canvassing Board, referred the issue to the Pinellas County State Attorney's Office.

Caddell said Paul Bedinghaus, Pinellas County Republican Party chairman, "has made a serious accusation that needs to be investigated by the proper authorities."

Bedinghaus was referring to what he said were questions raised by Deborah Clark, the county's supervisor of elections. Bedinghaus said Clark told him that she had no idea which of her department's employees counted 600 votes twice.

Bedinghaus also said Clark had no explanation why 1,326 were not counted at all.

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The problems were caught and supposedly corrected during the county's recounting. The canvassing board said they may have been counted twice – or not at all. County Judge Patrick Caddell, chairman of the Pinellas County Election Canvassing Board, referred the issue...
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