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Calif. at Center of Electronic Voting Controversy

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Calif. at Center of Electronic Voting Controversy

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Calif. at Center of Electronic Voting Controversy

Calif. at Center of Electronic Voting Controversy

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A federal elections panel meets to examine the future of touch-screen voting machines, as several states reconsider the machines' reliability. Last week, concerns about accuracy prompted California's secretary of state to decertify 42,000 machines in 14 counties for the November election. John Myers of member station KQED reports.