Group asks to monitor UK e-voting next month

Monday, 23 April 2007, 12:21 AM EST

A U.K. group is pressing for access to monitor local elections next month, where a range of e-voting and counting technologies will be used. The Open Rights Group, a nongovernmental group based in London, expects to hear back in the next few days from local government authorities and vendors whether they'll have access to polling and counting areas on election day on May 3, said Jason Kitcat, e-voting coordinator with the group.

At Computerworld.

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