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In Maryland, a New Way to Vote

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In Maryland, a New Way to Vote

In Maryland, a New Way to Vote

In Maryland, a New Way to Vote

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The confusion of the 2000 presidential election led to calls for more reliable ways to vote — but federal election reform remains stalled. With the 2002 elections only weeks away, Maryland isn't waiting for the feds to take the lead. NPR's Pam Fessler reports on the state's new high-tech voting machines — see the machines in use, and view an online simulation.

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