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Voters cast their ballots in Sutton, New Hampshire on Nov. 8, 2016. State officials say the state's old-school paper ballots mean its election systems are more secure than in other states. Ryan McBride/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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2020 Election: Secure Your Vote

Protector Of N.H. Primary Claims 'You Can't Hack This Pencil,' But Worries Persist

Some worry that New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner's office was too slow to acknowledge the scale of the election security problem and focused on addressing the wrong challenges.

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Voters cast their ballots in Sutton, New Hampshire on Nov. 8, 2016. State officials say the state's old-school paper ballots mean its election systems are more secure than in other states. Ryan McBride/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Protector Of N.H. Primary Claims 'You Can't Hack This Pencil,' But Worries Persist

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A Chicago woman in her 60s is the second U.S. citizen to become infected with the dangerous new coronavirus, health officials said. Tami Chappell/Reuters hide caption

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2nd U.S. Case Of Wuhan Coronavirus Confirmed

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was not receptive to being asked about his support of former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Pompeo Won't Say Whether He Owes Yovanovitch An Apology. 'I've Done What's Right'

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North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr with Georgia Republican Kelly Loeffler. "He caught my attention because he wasn't wearing socks. And he has very expensive loafers, or they seem that way. And so I did a sketch of him. And the next day, he had it as his profile picture on Twitter." Kisha Ravi/NPR hide caption

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Sketch Artist Captures 'Something Unusual' At Senate Trial

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