The Challenges of a Smooth November Vote

The Bush and Kerry campaigns are both vowing an all-out crusade to ensure that voting goes smoothly come November. But the legal and technical challenges of the electoral process are already stirring debate around the nation. NPR's Tavis Smiley discusses the issue with Harvard law professor Charles Ogletree and Ted Selker of the CalTech MIT Voting Technology Project.

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