Election Officials Struggle with New Systems A federal appeals court prepares to consider whether punch card machines are reason to postpone California's recall election. At the same time, officials across the country are struggling to install new voting systems and train poll workers in their use. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.
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Election Officials Struggle with New Systems

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Election Officials Struggle with New Systems

Election Officials Struggle with New Systems

Election Officials Struggle with New Systems

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A federal appeals court prepares to consider whether punch card machines are reason to postpone California's recall election. At the same time, officials across the country are struggling to install new voting systems and train poll workers in their use. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.