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As misinformation swirls, many N.H. towns will vote on ballot counting machines

Activists contend, without proof, that New Hampshire's ballot counting machines can be hacked or rigged. So voters in more than a dozen towns will decide whether to revert to hand counts.

Margarette Osias, 28, poses for a portrait in her office in Laurel, Delaware on February 22, 2022. Osias is a bilingual outreach navigator and medical interpreter at Tabitha Medical Care wherein they provide free universal cancer screening and treatment in accordance with newly passed legislation in the state of Delaware. Rosem Morton for NPR hide caption

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Delaware is shrinking racial gaps in cancer death. Its secret? Patient navigators

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As misinformation swirls, many N.H. towns will vote on ballot counting machines

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East Africa is responsible for America's favorite morning brew

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