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Computer Scientist: 'Keep Paper Ballots'

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Computer Scientist: 'Keep Paper Ballots'

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Computer Scientist: 'Keep Paper Ballots'

Computer Scientist: 'Keep Paper Ballots'

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Officials in California's Santa Clara County learn that those who know computers best have the biggest concerns about them. That county, home to Silicon Valley, is deciding on an electronic voting system. But a computer scientist fights to keep old-fashioned paper in the voting process. NPR's Andy Bowers reports.

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