Moving from Punch-Card Ballots to E-Voting

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NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to J. Michael King, election board chairman of Licking County, Ohio, about that county's decision to switch from punch-card machines to electronic voting. They discuss the considerations that go into such a decision.

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