Group Asks DoJ to Nix Diebold’s Voting Machine Sale

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A voter advocacy organization asked the U.S. Justice Department Tuesday to undo the sale by Diebold of its voting machine business, saying the transaction promotes a monopoly. Voter Action, based in Washington, D.C., said in a letter to the department’s antitrust division that the transaction is a grab for market share. The sale creates monopoly power in violation of federal antitrust laws, the group said. Diebold said in early September it would sell its Allen, Texas-based subsidiary Premier Election Solutions to its bigger competitor, Election Systems & Software.

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