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        Ballot boxing: The problem with electronic voting machines | Need to Know

        In the aftermath of the highly contested 2000 Presidential election, Congress funded three billion dollars for states to replace voting machines that in some cases had been in use for fifty years. Old machines were replaced with machines designed with the latest technology. Despite efforts to make voting fair and transparent, some claim that these new machines are vulnerable to both software glitches and hackers and provide no paper trail for how voters cast their ballots.

        This video was adapted from the Need to Know story "Ballot boxing: The problem with electronic voting machines."


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