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Will that be paper or electronic?

Pam Fessler reports on NPR: Voting officials across the country have been trying to find a secure, reliable voting system ever since the 2000 presidential elections. After electronic machine failures, a number of states are returning to paper ballots. But not everyone agrees that is the right way go. -- NPR: Shift Back to Paper Ballots Sparks Disagreement


Full details (including audio, video and handouts) from this event featured on NPR can be found online at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

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