I'm happy to see a Republican at the receiving end of the problems.
Actually, that's not true. I'm not happy to see anyone at the receiving end of voting problems. But I am sick and tired of this being perceived as a partisan issue, and I hope some high-profile Republican losses that might be attributed to electronic voting-machine malfunctions (or even fraud) will change that perception. This is a serious problem that affects everyone, and it is in everyone's interest to fix it.
I tend to agree with him, it's nice to see Republicans bitching about election fraud.
On the other hand, all four articles -- the first four in the issue -- paint a rather bleak picture of the accuracy of elections these days.
If you don't read Crypto-Gram on a regular basis, you should.