Re: In situ ballot printer

From: David Mertz <voting-project_at_gnosis_dot_cx>
Date: Sat Jun 19 2004 - 11:44:27 CDT

On Jun 19, 2004, at 12:26 PM, Alan Dechert wrote:
> Well, your comments about it are a little off, I think. It means
> literally
> "in position."

I know... I took Latin too. But in English the phrase comes over with
a less generic meaning. Actually, as well as archeology and geology,
the term is used in forensics. But none of those are areas we want to
insinuate ("we found the ballot lodged in his left ventricle...").

What don't we just call the ballot itself a "Printed Summary Ballot"
(as Arthur likes, and just an adjective order off from your
suggestion). And the voting station that makes one a
"Computer-Assisted Ballot [Printing|Marking] Device"
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