Letters: Jan. 8, 2001

The Supreme Showdown

The computer age has been upon us for more than 20 years, but when it comes to voting, the U.S. has not taken advantage of it [ELECTION 2000, Dec. 11]. Chads, the butterfly ballot and optically scanned paper ballots are dead. Computerized machines will make it easier for the voter and allow faster counting of the results. It's time to demand federal vote reform to bring our election process into the 21st century. WARREN J. GOMON Syracuse, N.Y.

I think the constitution should be amended so that the Supreme Court meets every four years to select the President,...

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