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Electronic voting machines: Should feds get involved?

The New York Times is in support of requiring election boards to use electronic voting machines that use optical-scan voting. The Times notes, "With optical scans, voters fill out a paper ballot that is then read by computer — much like a standardized test." How do you think this bill would go over in Ohio?

OPINION | June 22, 2009
Editorial: How to Trust Electronic Voting
Congress should pass a bill introduced by Representative Rush Holt that would ban paperless electronic voting in all federal elections.


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