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An estimated 28% of U.S. voters will cast their ballots on electronic voting machines next November, but questions about security remain. A panel discusses the on-going concerns.
- Joe Andrew Lawyer in private practice and former National Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
- Bev Harris Author of "Black Box Voting" www.blackboxvoting.org
- David Dill Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University www.verifiedvoting.org
- Mark Radke Director of marketing, Diebold Election Systems
- Congressman Robert Wexler D - Florida, 19th district
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