As if we didn’t have enough difficulty keeping up with voting machines in San Francisco, news from across the country raises even more concerns about e-voting. A report from Ohio says that votes case may be identified by comparing the voter’s signatures with the time-dated list of votes cast. It is not clear just how much of a threat this potential loss of privacy could be, but it will be important for concerned voters to see what is done to correct the system. As we all remember, Ohio was a crucial swing state in the last presidential election and may be one again. Any threat to the integrity of Ohio ballots could affect the entire country. The League plays an important role in studying the integrity of the voting process locally and across the country. These efforts deserve our encouragement and support.
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