Thursday, October 14, 2004

e-Voting systems issues exposed 

If you had any doubts that this is a classic case of right question, wrong answer - and the need to continue the battle to get this done right - then read the following!


and the article from the ACM archives on how just one vote changed per voting machine could change a close election result with almost zero ability to detect the fraud due to the normal levels of statastical varience in election voting casting.

There are also many good articles from the same issue of the ACM Communications October issue.

My position on this is we need open source software, developed with government resources if necessary, to ensure that we can always verify the actual software process being used.

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