E-voting still expensive, fraught with security issues

Monday, 13 December 2004, 5:51 AM EST

The U.S. federal election showed the flaws of electronic voting, with stories circulating about candidate names appearing incorrectly on the check-out screens of the polling kiosks, power outages and untrained poll staff.

Canadian interest in electronic voting has been slower to take hold federally and provincially, with political parties perhaps waiting for "the go-forward solution," said Jonathon Hollins, Canadian director of Election Systems & Software of Omaha, Nebraska.

By Fawzia Sheikh at the E-Commerce Times.

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