University developing technology to vote on your tablet

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PostSun Jan 05, 2014 4:27 am » by The57ironman


“Prime III is the world’s most accessible voting technology ever created,” Gilbert told The Greenville News Thursday. “And we did that in our labs.”

The Premier Third Generation Voting System will be offered for free and already has plans to go into use in Wisconsin by the 2014 midterm elections, with voting-machine manufacturers in South Carolina looking into it as well.

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PostSun Jan 05, 2014 4:50 am » by Domeika

I will never trust electronic voting....never.....becasue just like any other piece of software out there, there will always be someone somewhere trying to hack it, and it will never, ever, stop.

A machine with actual physical parts though? No hacking that. Sometimes the old way is the better way.

But to address the need itself?

I think only the DOCUMENTED disabled and people that are DOCUMENTED as not being in the vicinity of their polling place on election day (business, vacation, etc.) should get an absentee ballot. Other than that, if someone can't get off their ass to go vote, then they are exactly the kind of person that shouldn't be voting and should just stick to sitting on their ass playing candy crush and "liking" stupid shit on election day while the adults go and vote.

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