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Politics (2007-2008)

Diebold Dissed.

A new report by NIST comes out against electronic voting machines, mainly for their lack of an independently verifiable paper trail. Instead, the report recommends an optical-scan system “in which voters mark paper ballots that are read by a computer and electronic systems that print a paper summary of each ballot, which voters review and elections officials save for recounts.


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