Reliability of expensive new voting machines called into question


And state and local elections officials have been trying to boost election security by buying enhanced electronic voting machines but some of the pricier options being put into service may not be any better when it comes to insuring an accurate tally computer experts say many of the newer machines are almost as risky as the earlier ones for example one popular choice generate barcodes which people can't read and if the computer makes an error or the system is hacked there's no paper trail to determine who a person is voted for I didn't sound good does it let's hope they get it right before election day Scott Sam's newsradio ten eighty

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