Report on voting machine vulnerabilities concluded that...
In 2016, I bought two voting machines online for less than $100 apiece. I didn't even have to search the dark web. I found them on eBay.
Surely, I thought, these machines would have strict guidelines for lifecycle control like other sensitive equipment, like medical devices. I was wrong. I was able to purchase a pair of direct-recording electronic voting machines and have them delivered to my home in just a few days. I did this again just a few months ago. Alarmingly, they are still available to buy online.
If getting voting machines delivered to my door was shockingly easy, getting inside them proved to be simpler still. The tamper-proof screws didnâ€™t work, all the computing equipment was still intact, and the hard drives had not been wiped. The information I found on the drives, including candidates, precincts, and the number of votes cast on the machine, were not encrypted. Worse, the...
Neil, the vote counting machines really didn't have to be hooked up to the internet I don't know if they are or not?
Yes it could be something strange though, all the Republican incumbents won their reelection, so of course, that is mighty suspicious! I also heard on the news that none of them carried Lancaster county, which Lincoln is located in âť—
Anyway, we don't have any problems of hanging chads like Florida does
But what next? Virginia officials needed a superior voting technology. They settled on paper....
excerpt from, " Paper and the Case for Going Low-Tech in the Voting Booth"
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Excellent article, please read. In Lincoln Nebraska we have paper ballots. You just blacken the oval to vote for a candidate or initiative. Simple, if a person can't blacken an oval, they shouldn't be voting anyway.