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After Mueller Summary, A Look At Trust In The U.S. Election System

Mar 28, 2019

Just days after the U.S. Attorney General released his summary of the long-anticipated Mueller report, we ask: What does his sum-up do -- or not do -- to trust in the country's election system? We talk with a panel of reporters and election experts, and we also hear from you. 

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NPR: What Will Mueller's Russia Report Mean For Election Security In 2020 - "Barr has said that his office will go through what Mueller has filed to redact sensitive or classified information and release the rest, although it isn't clear when. A Justice Department official told NPR that the process will take 'weeks not months.'"

Portland Press Herald: Q&A: Everything you need to know about Maine's ranked-choice voting - "Maine is the first state to use the system for statewide elections. But numerous cities across the country -- including San Francisco and Portland, Maine’s largest city -- already use the process for local elections. Variations of the system also are in place in Australia, Ireland and several other countries."

Chion Wolf contributed to this show.