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The dimpled chad fiasco in Florida three years ago and new concerns about electronic voting machines have some people questioning how our votes are cast and counted. In a segment produced for "Whose Democracy Is It?", a nationwide public radio collaboration, a panel joins Diane to talk about the accuracy and integrity of our country’s voting system.
- Paul DiGregorio International Foundation for Election Systems
- Mary Kiffmeyer Minnesota Secretary of State and President of the National Association of Secretaries of State
- Conny McCormack Register-Recorder for Los Angeles County
- David Hart chairman, Hart InterCivic, Inc
- David Dill Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University www.verifiedvoting.org
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