Recall Results Put Focus Back on Voting Machines

California's historic recall vote came off this week with relatively few disruptions, but surveys of the ballots are finding thousands that did not register a vote for or against the recall. Critics of punch card ballots pounced on that result Friday to argue for newer voting machines. But the reliability of alternative technologies is also in dispute. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.



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