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Electronic Voting Results Spark Skepticism

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Electronic Voting Results Spark Skepticism

Electronic Voting Results Spark Skepticism

Electronic Voting Results Spark Skepticism

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Despite a clear winner in the 2004 presidential election, a number of complaints about the validity of electronic voting still linger. Some 40 million voters used electronic voting systems. Critics say the only way to really be sure of the results is to have some kind of paper ballot backup. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.

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