Larry Norden

Nov. 16, 2012

Looking Back on 2012 Election Technology

Despite a national push to electronic voting, why did it take days to tally the vote in some states?

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Sep. 05, 2008

Voting Systems Update

With the official presidential campaign season now fully underway, we'll get an update on voting machines around the country.

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