Tuesday, December 16, 2003
PCWorld.com - E-Voting Critics Grow Louder: "In addition to working to rally other technologists to his point of view via a Web site, Dill got involved locally, in Santa Clara County, when he heard about planned purchases of DREs. He credits that controversy with raising the alert and leading to a recent victory for his group: Late last month, California's secretary of state issued a mandate calling for voter-verifiable paper systems to be added to all polling units statewide."
I guess I don't understand why a plain-language paper receipt can't be printed by each voting machine on which the voter can plainly see what vote he or she has cast. Even the pumps at my gas station are able to print a receipt.
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