As noted below, CAFTA won in the House last night by a mere two votes -- 217-215 -- in what has been described as unprecedented arm-twisting. Already, one Republican representative, Charles Taylor (R-NC) has claimed that, contrary to press accounts, he voted "No", only to have the House clerk "botch" his vote and record him as not voting.
If that's true, the bill passed by a single vote.
How often to votes get 'botched' by the House electronic voting system? And what more stories are yet to bubble out?