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For providing optimum security, the best voting device is considered by many to be a. the voting booth. b. vote-by-mail. c. online voting. d. EDP-based voting.
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User: For providing optimum security, the best voting device is considered by many to be a. the voting booth. b. vote-by-mail. c. online voting. d. EDP-based voting.

Weegy: For providing optimum security, the best voting device is considered by many to be the - Voting booth.



User: In order to increase voter turnout many states have implemented which of the following? a. new voting machines c. phone in voting b. early ballot voting d. created more polling places

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In order to increase voter turnout, many states have implemented early ballot voting.
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