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Mexico experimented with electronic voting in a pilot program Sunday parallel to the vote for president, senators and federal deputies. In Baja California, 16 polling places had electronic voting. No votes were cast for candidates; voters were asked to respond by punching a button about how they felt about the Federal Electoral Institute and why they had voted for the candidates of their choice; voters also were asked verbally whether they would like to see electronic voting instead of using paper ballots. At the Tijuana Technological Institute, most appeared to be favoring it.
Voters looked over their choices on the experimental electronic voting machines on Sunday at the Tijuana Technological Institute.