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Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections uses a factual and logical approach to demonstrate the ease with which election outcomes can be changed. In 2004, George W. Bush became the 55th President of the United States, defeating Democrat John Kerry. After the election, indications of data irregularities and systematic flaws during the voting process began to surface. A computer programmer in Florida is directed to create software that will change votes from one candidate to another. In Utah, a County Clerk who identifies security flaws in electronic voting machines is locked out of his office. A California man receives a felony conviction for leaking documents that detail illegal activities by a major voting machine company. Through these well-documented stories, filmmaker David Earnhardt reveals how the disregard for the right to vote in America has changed election outcomes and has created a solid foundation for fraud within a broken electoral system.