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Satisfied Swedish Election Observers in the U.S.

Published onsdag 3 november 2004 kl 12.50

As Radio Sweden reported earlier this week, Swedish election observers are in the U.S.

Social Democratic Carina Hägg is in Minnesota and is satisfied with what she’s seen but quotes the long lines as the biggest problem, with some people queuing for up to six hours.

Social Democratic Åsa Lindstam is in the key state of Ohio and said she has not seen any cause for alarm when it comes to the voting, there was of course much concern that this year the election results should be beyond suspicion. What she does point out though are, once again, the long lines.  She met people who were tired, thirsty and hungry but waited on line to vote anyway.

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