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High-tech ballots draw skepticism

By Jack Hagel
Globe Correspondent / February 29, 2004

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Faster than voters can say "Bush vs. Gore," electronic voting systems are being shuffled into polling places nationwide, replacing outdated lever machines and eliminating punchcard ballots, which many believe caused confusion in the photo-finish 2000 presidential election. (Full Article: 522 Words)

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