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Reaction Remains Mixed to Oregon Mail-In Voting

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Reaction Remains Mixed to Oregon Mail-In Voting

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Reaction Remains Mixed to Oregon Mail-In Voting

Reaction Remains Mixed to Oregon Mail-In Voting

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Oregon's vote-by-mail system has been in use since 1998. Advocates say the system is convenient and saves money, but critics say it's open to fraud. Rob Richie of FairVote.org discusses the system in a conversation with Michele Norris.

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