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75 Indiana Precincts Have Electronic-Voting Issues

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75 Indiana Precincts Have Electronic-Voting Issues

75 Indiana Precincts Have Electronic-Voting Issues

75 Indiana Precincts Have Electronic-Voting Issues

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Voting at 75 Indiana precincts was delayed Tuesday, leading to an extension of voting hours. The cards that activate the machines were programmed incorrectly.

In Indiana, the Republicans are assured of holding onto the Senate seat of incumbent Richard Lugar. No Democrat opposed him; he faced a Libertarian candidate.

Michele Norris talks with Karen Wenger, the county clerk in Delaware County, Ind.

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