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More e-voting woes

Despite getting into some trouble on this subject (see the comments on this post), there is even more about e-voting issues.

Suit: Ban computer voting [Rocky Mountain News, 9.15.2006]
Attorney fears fraud, says state 'headed for train wreck' in Nov.

Voting on computer screens is so vulnerable to massive fraud that Colorado's November election is "headed for a train wreck," says an attorney who is seeking to have the equipment barred at trial next week.

An expert would need just 2 minutes to reprogram and distort votes on a Diebold, one of four brands of computerized voting systems attacked in the suit, says attorney Paul Hultin. His firm, Wheeler Trigg Kennedy, has taken on the case pro bono for a group of 13 citizens of various political stripes.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Sep 19, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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