Voting Machine Doubts Linger

Four of of ten American voters will be casting ballots this November on equipment that's different from what they used in 2004.

One reason is the doubts raised about ATM-syle electronic touch-screen machines, which have prompted half a dozen states to turn them off and turn back to paper ballots.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Unfortunately those paper ballots are counted by electronic machines subject to tampering and fraud.

I mean, here we are, the nation that put men on the Moon, with ATM machines that do not lose a penny from one end of the nation to another, and we cannot come up with an accurate and honest elections system?

I don't buy that.

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