Georgia's malfunctioning machines, '21st century voter suppression'

Smyrna resident LaVonya Tensley uses a stylus pen while voting on the new electronic voting machines at the Smyrna Community Center during the Georgia primary elections, Tuesday, June 9, 2020. Photo by Alyssa Pointer/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS.

KCRW looks at why Georgia’s voting machines malfunctioned during the primary, what that means for the November election, and how two Georgia women got on the short list for Joe Biden’s running mate. Plus, will Biden’s co-authoring of the 1994 crime bill raise issues for voters?