Should the U.S. Move to Electronic Voting?

Should the U.S. Move to Electronic Voting?

by Diane Andrews Henningfeld

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780737738834
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing
Publication date: 11/07/2007
Series: At Issue Series: American Politics
Pages: 91
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 15 - 17 Years

Table of Contents


Introduction     7
Electronic Voting: An Overview$dStaff of the Institute of Governmental Studies     10
Electronic Voting Machines Are Reliable Accurate, and Secure   Sonia Arrison   Vince Vasquez     14
Electronic Voting Machines Are Not Likely to Be Hacked   Wayne Rash     25
Electronic Voting Machines Can Be Easily Hacked   Jon Stokes     30
Electronic Voting Machines Can Be Made More Secure   Michael Waldman     38
Voter Verified Paper Audit Trails Will Make Electronic Voting More Secure   Rush Holt     46
Voter Verified Paper Audit Trails Won't Make Electronic Voting More Secure   Thomas C. Greene     53
Voter Verified Paper Audit Trails Are Necessary for Accurate Elections   David Dill     58
Direct Recording Electronic Voting Systems Are Accessible for the Disabled   Jim Dickson     64
Direct Recording Electronic Voting Systems Not Accessible for Disabled   Noel H. Runyan     71
Verified Paper Audit Trails Will Discriminate Against the Disabled   Christopher J. Dodd     79
Electronic Voting Should Be Continued   Ernie Tedeschi     87
Organizations to Contact     94
Bibliography     101
Index     107

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