Evm Electronic Voting Machines

Author by : Alok Shukla
Language : en
Publisher by : One Point Six Technology Pvt Ltd
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Voting Machines

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on House Administration
Language : en
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Touch Screen Voting Machines

Author by : VIJAYA KRUSHNA VARMA
Language : en
Publisher by : VIJAYA KRUSHNA VARMA
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Description : Touch screen voting machines will be useful for conducting free and fair polls on single day and in single phase for general elections. If touch screen voting machines are used then there will be absolutely no scope for rigging, impersonate voting and all other malpractices in voting process. With the usage of TSVMs counting of votes will be over within one hour on the same day after polling is over. By using TSVMs polling, counting and declaring of results for all constituencies can be completed on the same day of the polling.


America S Voting Machines At Risk

Author by : Lawrence D. Norden
Language : en
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Hearing On Electronic Voting System Security

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on House Administration
Language : en
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Will Your Vote Count Fixing America S Broken Electoral System

Author by : Herma Percy Ph.D.
Language : en
Publisher by : ABC-CLIO
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Description : Voters in a democratic society should have confidence in the electoral process. Yet, as Americans have witnessed in every election since 2000, voting-the basic act of citizenship—is under assault: technologically complex, subject to manipulation, and fiercely contested on many levels. Documenting the areas of collapse in the American electoral process, this book analyzes ongoing problems in the casting and counting of ballots, as well as new threats: future elections could be compromised by new voting machines that are unreliable, poorly programmed, and prone to tampering. At this critical moment for American democracy, the author issues a call for urgently needed reforms.