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A stack of "I voted" stickers are seen March 1, 2016, at one of the Virginia primary election polling stations at Colin Powell Elementary School, in Centreville, Virginia. Voters in a dozen states will take part in "Super Tuesday" -- a series of primaries and caucuses in states ranging from Alaska to Virginia, with Virginia the first to open its polling stations at 6:00 am (Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)MoreCloseclosemore
A stack of "I voted" stickers are seen March 1, 2016, at one of the Virginia primary election polling stations at Colin Powell Elementary School, in Centreville, Virginia. Voters in a dozen states will take part in "Super Tuesday" -- a series of primaries and caucuses in states ranging from Alaska to Virginia, with Virginia the first to open its polling stations at 6:00 am (Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)

Democratic and Republican voters in Utah will caucus today. Republicans have the option to cast their votes on the web, and more than 59,000 of them have already registered for the new online voting system. But is it a good idea?

Here & Now’s Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with Avi Rubin, a professor of computer science at Johns Hopkins University, about Utah’s online voting.

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This segment aired on March 22, 2016.

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