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October 02, 2002
An computerized urn is seen on diplay in the pressroom at the headquarters of Brazil's Supreme Electoral...
Brasilia, Brazil
An computerized urn is seen on diplay in the pressroom at the headquarters of Brazil's Supreme Elect.....
An computerized urn is seen on diplay in the pressroom at the headquarters of Brazil's Supreme Electoral Tribunal in Brasilia October 2, 2002. This box, sporting a portrait of deceased Brazilian pop musician Cazuza, is a smaple used to educate the public on electronic voting. Brazil will hold the world's biggest electronic election on Sunday as 115 million voters vote on 406,000 computerized urns. Directors at the TSE expect at least 70 percent of the vote to be counted four hours after the ballots close and 90 percent by the end of Sunday night. Use of the boxes should be a far cry from the wrangle over votes in the 2000 U.S. election, which left the superpower without a new president for 36 days.
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