Night Strike wrote:Woodruff wrote:So why aren't we just using the more secure paper ballots, again?
I honestly have no idea. The precincts I've voted in still use paper ballots. We use a felt marker to connect the broken arrow next to the candidate or issue and then the machine scans the ballot when it's inserted. If the ballot is marked incorrectly (two connections on the same race), it spits back the ballot and the voter must get a new ballot. It's super easy to use and notice if you made a mistake.
Exactly. Same here, and it's a system I like.