How To Trust Electronic Voting
Electronic voting machines that do not produce a paper record of every vote cast cannot be trusted. In 2008, more than one-third of the states, including New Jersey and Texas, did not require all votes to be recorded on paper.
Electronic voting machines have replaced traditional paper machines quietly across America, but very few people understand or even think about the machines until they are in the booth at decision time. During the 2000 and 2004 elections, widespread stories of machine errors and hack-ability ran simultaneously with election coverage. Contact your council members and Representatives NOW and demand they protect the sanctity of the voting process and this so-called Democracy.