We’ve talked a lot recently about the GOP’s plan to stop the vote ahead of the 2012 election, but there are other hurdles for voters, even if they manage to make it to the polls. Those hurdles come in the form of electronic voting machines. The same problems that voters have been experiencing for the last decade with electronic voting machines not counting votes, changing votes, or deleting votes are still as rampant today as they were years ago. Mike Papantonio talks about the latest round of voting machine problems with investigative journalist Brad Friedman.