Electronic Voting Machines Banned from Four Calif. Counties California Secretary of State Kevin Shelley has banned a certain type of touch-screen voting machine used in four of the state's counties. The move has implications for the use of these and other electronic machines around the country as the 2004 election approaches. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Doug Chapin, director of ElectionLine.org, about the controversy.
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Electronic Voting Machines Banned from Four Calif. Counties

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Electronic Voting Machines Banned from Four Calif. Counties

Electronic Voting Machines Banned from Four Calif. Counties

Electronic Voting Machines Banned from Four Calif. Counties

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California Secretary of State Kevin Shelley has banned a certain type of touch-screen voting machine used in four of the state's counties. The move has implications for the use of these and other electronic machines around the country as the 2004 election approaches. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Doug Chapin, director of ElectionLine.org, about the controversy.