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Americans are divided over who we're going to vote for this November but just about all of us want the elections to be fair and for the results to accurately reflect how we vote. Trouble is, some Americans, including some people in swing states like Georgia and Pennsylvania, will be voting on Direct Electronic Voting machines which, said Wired are "Scarily easy targets.
Scroll down to listen to podcast interview In a podcast interview for CBS News and CNET, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg referred to the past few...
Indiana residents hoping to vote in November's election don't have much time left to register to vote. Tuesday is the deadline for registering to vote in the Nov. 8 election. … Click to Continue »
A new report sniffs out the states that are likeliest to have problems with their electronic voting machines. Electronic voting machines don't seem to have gotten as much media attention as they did before the presidential elections...
In the United States, 35 percent of this year's general election votes will be cast on electronic voting machines that that are said to have been "designed with insufficient attention to computer security."