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States Grapple with Electronic Voting Technology

Maryland recently announced that it will be moving away from entirely electronic systems to ones in which paper ballots are read by electronic scanners. Florida and California have also turned away from all-electronic "touch screen" designs. Computer security expert Avi Rubin discusses how states are using electronic voting systems.


Avi Rubin, professor of computer science; technical director at the Information Security Institute, Johns Hopkins University

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