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E-Mail Votes by Soldiers Sparks Security Concerns

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E-Mail Votes by Soldiers Sparks Security Concerns

E-Mail Votes by Soldiers Sparks Security Concerns

E-Mail Votes by Soldiers Sparks Security Concerns

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NPR's Eric Niiler reports on a new effort to let U.S. soldiers serving overseas to vote by e-mail in upcoming elections. While some tout this as a better way to get ballots in a timely fashion, others fear that relying on e-mail will comprise the security of the vote.