Critics See Future of E-Voting in N.C. Snafu Some North Carolina residents will go back to the polls next month to recast their ballots for state Agriculture Commissioner after an electronic voting machine malfunctioned on Election Day. Activists warn such problems may become common as more states move to electronic voting. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.
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Critics See Future of E-Voting in N.C. Snafu

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Critics See Future of E-Voting in N.C. Snafu

Critics See Future of E-Voting in N.C. Snafu

Critics See Future of E-Voting in N.C. Snafu

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Some North Carolina residents will go back to the polls next month to recast their ballots for state Agriculture Commissioner after an electronic voting machine malfunctioned on Election Day. Activists warn such problems may become common as more states move to electronic voting. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.