Brazil Voting

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NPR's Martin Kaste reports that Brazilians are using ATM-style computer voting machines. Some Brazilian politicians say it may be convenient, but the computers could be manipulated more easily than paper ballots. Brazil's election authorities will try printers in some districts this year, a step that U.S. districts with computer voting have yet to experiment with.



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