SHOCKER: “Glitches”: Indiana, Pennsylvania elections once again show risks of computer voting.


State and local elections in off-years provide pundits endless fodder for predictive analysis, even though flipping coins might be just as predictive. One prediction that seems to come true every time, however, is that computer-screen voting will remind us of the wisdom of hand-marked paper ballots. In Indiana, computer-screen voting machines switched voter choices — for the second straight election:

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The solution is paper ballots. So why aren’t people moving on this?


h/t GR