Re: Voting Machine Stolen From Election Official

From: Teresa Hommel <tahommel_at_earthlink_dot_net>
Date: Sat Mar 11 2006 - 11:12:59 CST
>Can the same software that blocks access to the elections system be used to block access to or substitute results from other machines that should have access?

I would assume so, but I would also assume that the reply about blocking access to the system may not be based in fact. 
Teresa
 

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From: dr-jekyll@att.net
Sent: Mar 9, 2006 7:35 AM
To: Open Voting Consortium discussion list
Cc: Kurt Hyde
Subject: Re: [OVC-discuss] Voting Machine Stolen From Election Official

The article says it was: "stolen from the home of a Dallas County elections judge this weekend" and "the machine has already been blocked from access to the elections system".  
 
Has anyone asked what it was doing in his home? Can the same software that blocks access to the elections system be used to block access to or substitute results from other machines that should have access?
 
 
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