Computer experts renew call for secure e-voting

Friday, 29 September 2006, 12:34 AM EST

With midterm elections less than six weeks away, computer experts are again warning Congress that electronic voting machines remain unreliable and that a paper trail is needed to verify election results.

E-voting security and reliability concerns re-emerged during recent primary elections. For example, voting officials in Montgomery County, Md., failed to bring security cards to polling places on election day needed to activate e-voting machines. Many voters were told to come back later.

At the EETimes.

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