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One of the problems with Internet voting is: a. there are too many candidates c. potential for voter fraud b. there are too many elections d. everyone doesn't own a computer
Answer: potential for voter fraud
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skyler_0816, please answer in a full sentence that restates the question. Please review Weegy's basic rules to avoid flags and warnings.
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