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Questions Raised About Security of Voting Technology

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Questions Raised About Security of Voting Technology

Questions Raised About Security of Voting Technology

Questions Raised About Security of Voting Technology

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The mid-term election is two weeks away, and questions remain about new voting machines. Guests examine the technology that will be available on Election Day. Can you count on your vote being counted?

Guests:

Kimball Brace, president of Election Data Services

Paul Degregorio, chairman of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission

Douglas Jones, associate professor of computer science at the University of Iowa

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