Oct 23 2008

List of problems with Sequoia machines

Published by at 4:58 am under Government

I’m sure this list is by no means comprehensive, but even what’s being revealed by Andrew Appel is pretty damning.  And the worst part is that most of the problems found with the Sequoia e-voting machines have been reported in one form or another for years.  Why can’t these companies learn to secure their systems rather than try to cover up their deficiencies? 

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2 Responses to “List of problems with Sequoia machines”

  1. sea-caton 23 Oct 2008 at 11:52 am

    The solution is to install an open-source election system like this:

    http://sea-cat.info/A-modest-proposal-for-election-reform.html

  2. Martin (not that Martin - a different Martin)on 25 Oct 2008 at 5:01 pm

    Martin,

    I appreciate the attention you’ve been paying to electronic voting machines lately. Sadly, I think that we’re not going to see any changes unless and until we have a catastrophic failure similiar to the “Hanging Chads of 2000″…

    Personally I can’t see what optical scan machines are made the standard. They solve all of the problems with almost none of the issues.

    Cheers,

    Martin

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