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Rocking the E-Vote?

With the presidential election just a year away -- the sore topic of voting and voiting processes is rearing its ugly head once more. Some folks think that computerized voting is a recipie for disaster. Others believe that with the...

With the presidential election just a year away -- the sore topic of voting and voiting processes is rearing its ugly head once more.

Some folks think that computerized voting is a recipie for disaster. Others believe that with the right technology in place, electronic voiting could revolutionize the entire process and hopefully avoid miscounts, cheating and "Chad-tastrophes."

To this end, various high-tech methods are being examined at a national conference headed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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