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USA Today Article Discusses Crisis of Aging and Obsolete Vote-Counting Equipment Technology

This USA Today article says that vote-counting machines across the U.S. are aging, obsolete, and that the U.S. Election Assistance Commission has been unable to develop standards for new technology. The article also explains that Los Angeles County is spending $42,000,000 to build its own vote-counting technology. Thanks to Thomas Jones for the link.

2 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    Have paper scanners for school tests been around since the 1950s (repeat 1950s) or earlier ???

    Do New Age MORON govt officials love re-inventing the political wheel or what ???

  2. TruFoe

    $42 million could buy a lot of paper ballots and employ a lot of people to count them.

    Are instant election results so important to Americans? As important as getting a substandard burger in less than three minutes?

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