28 October 2008

Voting machine flipping votes - watch the video

"Video the Vote went to Jackson County, WV, in response to numerous reports of machine vote flipping. The local county clerk showed us the machines in question, but the demonstration left us with serious questions, as the machine continued to malfunction even after it was calibrated."

1 comment:

  1. I used to be an arcade technician and worked on touch screens a lot, especially in photo booths and playcard machines. Touch screens are an imperfect technology and easily loose their calibration with use. I'm surprised that any company would choose to use them when a simple control pad (such as the one we used here in our county) is so much more accurate and less prone to failure. The truth is that "making" a touch screen flip to another candidate specifically would need to be done in the software, rather than through the hardware. This is poor technology. Not voter fraud.


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