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Letter: Voting software 'nullifies' results

Noel Feustel holds a printout of the website

Noel Feustel holds a printout of the website for Bold Systems LLC in front of his Bayport home. (April 21, 2013) Credit: Newsday / Thomas A. Ferrara

Regarding "Get to the bottom of vote software" [Editorial, April 24], this alleged illegal behavior by school districts should nullify any and all contracts or budget agreements reached during the use of this software.

This means that everybody's contracts should be thrown out, from the superintendents down to the newest teacher. With complete transparency to the taxpayers in the districts, the contracts should be renegotiated.

If the allegations are true, it's sickening that the school districts would go to such lengths to bilk the taxpayers.

Nicole Roman, Seaford