Here are highlights of The Conversation’s coverage of voting system integrity, offering ideas, lessons and cautions for officials and voters alike.
The bill reads like a computer security expert’s wish list.
Leading computer scientists suspect there are some real problems with the vote in states where Trump won by razor-thin margins
If only they paid as much attention to voting machines.
It could have been the voting machines, but we may never have a chance to know.
BradCast, 11/4/2015, Brad Friedman - Original link: http://bradblog.com/audio/BradCast_BradFriedman_2015KYGovAnomalies_KaroliKuns_110415.mp3
There was a very weird dynamic in the way the votes fell.
Professor Clarkson is asking to see the paper tapes from the voting machines. They do not tell how someone voted, but “merely timestamped votes with associated metadata.”
This is your Moment of Clarity #181: In the 2004 election 300,000 votes cast on electronic voting machines suddenly switched in the middle of the night while the votes were being tallied on Republican-controlled systems...
This morning, this happened. The voting machine conspiracies belong in same category as the Trump birther garbage. — Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) October 21, 2012 I cannot think of anything less equivalent than the controversies over
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