Here is an eye-opening revelation:
Since the “Help America Vote Act” in 2002, tallying votes in our elections has become dependent on machines that sometimes leave no paper trail. Manufacturers have “proprietary” programs and will not let any public officials or independent experts examine them.
On a cold winter day in 2007, Andrew Appel, a Princeton computer professor and election specialist, changed the outcome on one of these machines in seven minutes. He proved something that should alarm everyone: in effect, it took seven minutes per machine to steal an election.
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I am 100% in favor of returning to the old voting machines which produced a verifiable record of the votes.
Computers suck! They have enriched the few, while more or less screwing the many.