Jack begs the questions and gives us some disturbing news: an experienced computer technician could tamper with these machines and 'flip' the vote i
September 18, 2006

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Jack begs the questions and gives us some disturbing news: an experienced computer technician could tamper with these machines and 'flip' the vote in a matter of minutes.

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If the recent disaster in Maryland taught us anything, its that we should be very concerned about this considering that more than 80% of the midterm votes will be tallied on these sketchy machines. What's more, many states will be using these machines for the first time. Isn't this election a little too important to risk it?

(Guest post by Mike)

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