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Title Should the United States move to electronic voting? [electronic resource] / Diane Andrews Henningfeld, book editor.
Publication Info. Detroit : Greenhaven Press/Thomson Gale, c2008.
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 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOK-Opposing Viewpoints In Context    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 111 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Opposing Viewpoints In Context
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 101-106) and index.
Contents Electronic voting : an overview / staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies Library of the University of California -- Electronic voting machines are reliable, accurate, and secure / Sonia Arrison and Vince Vasquez -- Electronic voting machines are not likely to be hacked / Wayne Rash -- Electronic voting machines can be easily hacked / Jon Stokes -- Electronic voting machines can be made more secure / Michael Waldman -- Voter verified paper audit trails will make electronic voting more secure / Rush Holt -- Voter verified paper audit trails won't make electronic voting more secure / Thomas C. Greene -- Voter verified paper audit trails are necessary for accurate elections / David Dill -- Direct recording electronic voting systems are accessible for the disabled / Jim Dickson -- Direct recording electronic voting systems are not accessible for disabled / Noel H. Runyan -- Verified paper audit trails will discriminate against the disabled / Christopher J. Dodd -- Electronic voting should be continued / Ernie Tedeschi.
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Subject Electronic voting -- United States.
Elections -- United States -- Data processing.
Voting -- Technological innovations.
Electronic voting -- Security measures -- United States.
Voting-machines -- United States -- Reliability.
Added Author Henningfeld, Diane Andrews.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context
ISBN 9780737738827 (hardcover)
9780737738834 (pbk.)
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