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Electronic Voting Machine Do electronic voting machines improve the voting process?

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Summary
Read a summary of the electronic voting machines debate in about 10 minutes

Did You Know?
Little-known facts about electronic voting machines

Historical Timeline
History of voting systems in the United States, from the 1800s through today

Voting System Usage
Breakdown of how many people used each type of voting system in U.S. Presidential elections since 1980

Slot Machines vs. Electronic Voting Machines
Comparison of the regulation of slot machines versus the regulation of electronic voting machines

How to Vote on an Electronic Voting Machine
Step by step guide to voting on an electronic voting machine

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General
Electronic Voting Machines Compared to Other Voting Systems
Help America Vote Act of 2002

Manufacturers
Private Influence on Public Elections
Political Ties

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Hacking, Fraud, and Security
Open Source vs. Proprietary Code
Ballot Definition

Hardware
Physical Tampering
Machine Reliability

Tabulation
Security of Vote Totals
Reporting Results
Accuracy in Recording Voter Intention

Verification
Audits and Recounts
Voter Verified Paper Audit Trails
Voter Anonymity

Testing
Types of Testing
Standards
Testing the Proper Equipment

Accessibility
Voter Usability
Disabled Voters and Language Minorities
Poll Worker Training and Preparedeness

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Initial and Long-Term Costs of Electronic Voting Machines
Cost Comparison of Electronic Voting Machines vs. Optical Scan Machines

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[Editor's Note: Throughout this website, the term 'electronic voting machines' refers to direct recording electronic (DRE) voting machines and not optical-scan machines. Although optical-scan machines use an electronic reader to tabulate the vote totals, voters mark their selections on a paper ballot and are not directly recording their votes into the machine.]
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