Panel on Election Issues Hears of Money Problems After two straight presidential elections marked by disputes over the voting process, a bipartisan commission examining the issue hears testimony about continuing voter suspicion and limited funds. Former President Jimmy Carter and Secretary of State James Baker III head the panel.
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Panel on Election Issues Hears of Money Problems

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Panel on Election Issues Hears of Money Problems

Panel on Election Issues Hears of Money Problems

Panel on Election Issues Hears of Money Problems

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After two straight presidential elections marked by disputes over the voting process, a bipartisan commission examining the issue hears testimony about continuing voter suspicion and limited funds. Former President Jimmy Carter and Secretary of State James Baker III head the panel.

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