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LARGEST VOTING MACHINE COMPANY
OFFICIALS
REQUIRED
SOURCE
MALICIOUS SOFTWARE
ELECTION OFFICIALS
VOTING MACHINES
CARTRIDGES
SOFTWARE
VENDOR
LEVER
MACHINE
ELECTION DAY
POLLING PLACES
BALLOT
VOTE
VOTES
VOTING
VOTER
VOTING MACHINE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Voting Machine"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A voting machine is a device to record and register votes to be counted as per any voting system, with or without printing a ballot for the voter to verify. (Web site)

Largest Voting Machine Company

  1. Again, the votes were counted by ES&S, now the largest voting machine company in America. (Web site)

Officials

  1. Many of those same officials have financial ties to voting machine companies. (Web site)
  2. This board includes officials who are either under the influence of the voting machine vendors or who have taken funds from those vendors.

Required

  1. To successfully audit any voting machine, a strict chain of custody is required.
  2. Voting machine companies are not required to tell us who owns them. (Web site)

Source

  1. Using publicly available source code, we performed an analysis of a voting machine. (Web site)

Malicious Software

  1. This means that if someone did install malicious software onto a voting machine, there would likely be no way for us to find out until it was too late.

Election Officials

  1. The newspaper clip shows the election officials carry the EVM (Electronic Voting Machine) on an elephant.

Voting Machines

  1. Voting machine vendors and election officials often argue that rigorous procedures can compensate for the technical weaknesses of voting machines. (Web site)

Cartridges

  1. Then, the cartridges from each voting machine are fed into a cartridge reader. (Web site)

Software

  1. Some argue certification would be more effective if voting machine software was publicly available or open source. (Web site)
  2. Physical tampering with voting machines Change the software of a voting machine to shift votes between candidates.

Vendor

  1. That is, when a vendor has a voting machine that they want certified, they find an ITA who is willing to certify the voting machine.

Lever

  1. This method entails coating the voting machine s lever or button of the opposing candidate(s) with shoe polish.

Machine

  1. Workers checked the cartridge against memory banks in the voting machine and each showed that 115 people voted for Bush on that machine. (Web site)

Election Day

  1. At the end of Election Day, each voting machine spits out a results tape. (Web site)
  2. And there is no way to prove that the open-source code is the code that is actually running in every single voting machine on election day.

Polling Places

  1. The damage could be extensive -- malicious code could spread to every voting machine in polling places and to county election servers," it said. (Web site)

Ballot

  1. A: An absentee ballot is a paper ballot which looks just like the ballot on a voting machine. (Web site)
  2. The card, inserted into the electronic voting machine, is designed to ensure that each person casts only one ballot.

Vote

  1. If you're frustrated with both parties, just vote for Somebody Else, at least it will test the write-in functionality of your voting machine.

Votes

  1. Incidentally, votes are taken either by means of a voting machine, by counting the Members who have risen from their seats or by roll-call.
  2. Each voting machine at the precincts has a memory card with votes on it. (Web site)
  3. Malicious software running on a single voting machine can steal votes with little if any risk of detection.

Voting

  1. Having voting machine manufacturers appear before the Commission could put a face on the farce that is voting in America today. (Web site)

Voter

  1. There should be regulations on the minimum number of polling places, election officials and voting machine s per voter in a district.

Voting Machine

  1. We must have response from the machine to indicate that the voting machine is accurately recording our choices and that our ballot is cast as we intended. (Web site)
  2. Counting electronic ballot s of voting machine s, usually memory cards, more than once if they contain votes as wanted by the fraudster.
  3. To report results, most systems collect votes onto one voting machine or PC at the polling place. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Voter
  2. People > Age > People > Votes
  3. Election Officials
  4. Politics > Government > Elections > Absentee Ballot
  5. Malicious Software
  6. Books about "Voting Machine" in Amazon.com

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  Originally created: February 18, 2007.
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