Re: Voting Machine Firm...sold to a company with links to Chavez in Venezuela?
This is one of many reasons why I do not trust computerized voting machines.
Scantrons are the best balance we have right now. It's what we had here in San Diego until this upcoming election. If we get the choice, I will use them still. If I don't get the choice, I may go to the registrar of voters (less than 2 miles from my house) and vote on paper there.
If we had a voting system with open source cryptographically signed software, with secure results storage, and a verifiable paper trail, then I wouldn't be so worried.
Last edited by navydevildoc; 10-30-2006 at 12:33 AM.