IEEE 

IEEE-USA Policy Perspectives

  February 2001  

Issue Analysis from the Nation's Capital

Volume 1, Number 2  

 

Electronic Voting

Electronic Voting Technology
Can We Be Spared a Repeat of Election 2000?


by Robert Bellinger

New Yorkers crank turn-of-the-century, lever-based machines, Floridians punch cards with pricks that create hanging "chads," and Oregonians plod through paper ballots. To date, no electronic voting solution has swept them out. People argue whether the failure of technology to catch on in the elections arena is economic, political or technical... [More]

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