|Why in the World-Herald would a|
newspaper which endorses political
candidates own a large interest in a
In 2004, Ronnie Dugger, writing in The Nation, said the Omaha World-Herald, now backing Republicans Mitt Romney (President) and Deb Fischer (Senate) owned "about half" of ES&S.
AKSARBENT could find no current statements about W-H ownership more specific than "minority," which could mean, of course, as much as 49.99%.
|Mugshot of ES&S Senior Vice President|
of Marketing and Public Relations, John Groh
- In New York, in 2010, WNYC reported that tests on an ES&S electronic voting machine that recorded shockingly high numbers of extra votes in the 2010 election show that overheating may have caused upwards of 30 percent of the votes in a South Bronx voting precinct to go uncounted.
- In Anchorage, Alaska's miserably botched (or rigged) 2012 election, ES&S machines were found to have broken seals.
Internet talk show host David Pakman (<pettiness> who didn't bother to credit AKSARBENT for a viral video he used that we uploaded </pettiness>) seems to be siding with Friedman; MSNBC analyst Chuck Todd, in a tweet, seems to be siding with ThinkProgress.