Pennsylvania, a swing state, spent 10 years fighting a lawsuit seeking an end to touch screen-only voting machines. Just before the state's victory, it hired the plaintiffs' attorney to run its election bureau.


Computerworld reports:
The upcoming U.S. presidential election can be rigged and sabotaged, and we might never even know it happened. This Election Day voters in 10 states, or parts of them, will use touch-screen voting machines with rewritable flash memory and no paper backup of an individual's vote; some will have rewritable flash memory.
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