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Turnout And A Trim: Bid To Boost Black Men's Voting Heads To The Barbershop

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Some 280,000 voters are expected to cast ballots in Polk County, Fla. Renata Sago/WMFE hide caption

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Flashbacks Of Florida 2000 As Voting Machines Age

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Singer Michelle Blackwell is helping lead the effort to enfranchise teenagers in the nation's capital. She and guitarist Frank "Scooby" Marshall of the The Chuck Brown All-Star Go-Go Band play a concert at Washington, D.C.'s Howard Theatre. John Shore hide caption

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Unlikely Advocates Push To Give 16-Year-Olds A Vote — And A Voice

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Ex-Felons Fight To Restore Their Right To Vote

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A man takes a "selfie" while waiting in line to cast his vote in the Wisconsin gubernatorial race in November. Darren Hauck/Getty Images hide caption

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'Ballot Selfies' Clash With The Sanctity Of Secret Polling

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Election worker Bradley Kryst loads voting machines onto a truck at the Clark County election warehouse on Nov. 3, in North Las Vegas. As voting machine technology changes, state elections officials are trying to keep up. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Around The U.S., Voting Technology Is All Over The Place

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Voters crowd into their polling place Aug. 15 at Keonepoko Elementary School in Pahoa, Hawaii. Marco Garcia/AP hide caption

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On The Fall Docket: Who Gets To Vote — And Who Gets To Decide?

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A wholesale shop in New Delhi was selling various Indian national and regional political party flags and campaign materials ahead of elections in India, the world's largest democracy. Prakash Singh/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Robert Bauer (far left) and Benjamin Ginsberg (far right) are co-chairmen of the president's Commission on Election Administration, appointed to find solutions to election-related issues. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Voters line up in the dark Tuesday to cast their ballots at a polling station in Miami. President Obama said the long lines nationwide were something "we have to fix." Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Fixing Long Election Lines May Be Easier Said Than Done

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Voters stand in line as they prepare to cast their votes in Hialeah, Fla., on Tuesday. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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South Floridians stood in long lines Sunday during the last day of early voting in Miami. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Floridians stand in line during the last day of early voting in Miami on Saturday. A judge extended early-voting hours in one Florida county Sunday after Democrats sued to allow more time. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Legal Battle Surrounds Florida Early Voting Dispute

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