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Reliability of Voting Machines Questioned

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Reliability of Voting Machines Questioned

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Reliability of Voting Machines Questioned

Reliability of Voting Machines Questioned

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A new study finds problems with electronic touchscreen voting machines. Many states are using them to replace the punch-card system. Officials say they're taking steps to eliminate security concerns, but critics think the study only confirms their belief that the machines are vulnerable to mistakes and tampering. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.

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